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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NRWS THATS FIT TO PRIPT VOL XXII qLaVggiPQRT JSPNTUOKY WEDNESDAY against tho Spanish barbarities In Cuba and the Philippine Islands About COO socialists and labor men were present Tom Mann Loulso Michel and La thropo Tlthlngton an American who was greeted with cries of Good old Yankees made speeches Resolutions favoring free Cuba were adopted amid cheers From Ilarana New York April 25 The Bteamer City of Washington from Havana has arrived bringing 95 Cuban pas- sensors two thirds of them women and children She was the last vessel to leave Havana before the United States fleet established the blockade having departed last Wednesday She brought 1050000 francs of French gold and a general cargo APKTL 27 - L8U8 NO 41 Royal make the food pur wholesome and delicious HAVE NO GUNNERS j 1 fl M a American Fleet Fired Morro Castle on by ILx W TiT f TRAGEDY IN A PRISON Criminal Murders His Wife And Then Suicides - ltt THE SHOTS TOOK NO EFFECT Consequently the lilg Krulscrs Made No Response THIS SILENCE MAY SWMrft05iBlWi Pfeac jjgBsWsMJ 13mnifiMfiMMalsHKcSfi i JLUm Jp pW X mi POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL tAKINQ POWDER CO x ni iw The Woman Was Allowed to Visit Her Hut band In Jail as Is Too few IC itr t tt JBf Kj i Often Done BE OMINIOUS jTijgiaiiiiMjrTfj TERRIBLE Murray LESSON LEARNED 25 KyApfll In the county htW YORK 1 tsi5 ItntiU I Neutral St Petersburg April 25 The St Pe Â¬ at Any Time tersburg Vledomostl spsaklng for Jtus slas attitude toward the United States OLD CASTLE WILL THEN CRUMBLE says Tho friendship which has bud- slated for many years between tho two ST VINONT OAPE VERDE IS Â¬ states excludes every Idea of an un Â¬ friendly attitude upon tho part of Rus Â¬ LANDS APRIL 20 THE SPANI8H sia at the present Juncture No doubt WARSHIPS ARE HEADED IN THI8 the United States now values this DIRECTION AND ARE TO BOM Â¬ friendship more than ever National Guard on Duty BARD THE AMERICAN COAST Washington April 25 A portion of UNITED STATES 8VILORS LAND- Â¬ tho National Guard of this city which ED ON OUBAN SOIL LAST NIGHT has been called out for duty In Instruc- Â¬ AND REPORT INURGENTS ARE tion camps has been placed on duty along tho conduit bringing the water FIGHTING WITHIN THIRTY MILES supply from Great Falls on the Poto- Â¬ OF HAVANA mac to this city There Is some talk of a military detail to guard the pub- Â¬ blockade of lic buildings and the White House 25 The Havana April SeTcrnl Merchantmen Captured this harbor by the North Atlantic Washington April 25 Secretary squadron la complete but no bombard Â¬ Long has received from Admiral Samp- Â¬ ment of the city has yet begun al- Â¬ son dispatches telling of the capture of though the provocation has been suff- Â¬ several of the Spanish merchantmen which are to be held as prizes and to be icient to warrant it At 11 p m Saturday Morro castle disposed of according to law If the pro- Â¬ tests made against such seizures are fired 10 shots at the squadron at a dis- Â¬ held to be without ground In case of tance of about five miles but as there sale the proceeds go to the captors are no gunners In the castle no harm Spanlah Plan of Warfare was done and tho shots were not reÂ¬ Kingston Jamaica April 25 Fugi- Â¬ tives from Guantannmo province of sponded to Again Sunday morning when tho Santiago de Cuba say Spanish troops are concentrating in principal seacoast squadron came In closer the batteries cities and laying waste by Are interior were opened on the ships but without towns and plantations It Is feared the effect and the shots were not answered devastation will be complete before the Americans can occupy that terrtlory by the master gunners of the fleet Cotton and Oraln Captured So far no naval engagement has Key WeBt April 25 Another prize taken place for the reason that Spain was brought In by the United States has no warships on this side of the At- Â¬ gunboat Helena Commander W T Is considered doubtful lantic and It Swinburne She turned out to be the whether she will send any unless she Spanish steamer Miguel Jover bound can form an alliance with some other from New Orleans for Barcelona with a cargo amounting to about 2000 tons power powerful English and of cotton and grain But with the Arrangement Completed Japanese navies apparently at the beck Baltimore April 25 Arrangements call of the United States It Is not have been completed atPlmllco for the and considered very probable that any oth- Â¬ mobilization of the Maryland National er European power will care to fire the Guard and by 5 oclock p m Old fuse which would probably Involve the Dixie will have within Its Inclosures nearly 2500 men ready to respond to entire clylllzed world In war the call of the government for volun- Â¬ It Is not believed the American fleet teers will remain silent much longer under Inttrnoted Not to Sail the castles fire and when they do turn Colon Cfllombla April 25 The monsters loose every one American steamer Finance which Ieft their terrible Â¬ New York April 13 and the American here expects to see the ancient fortifications tumble like a toy block house schooner Robert Ruff from Pascagou la are the only American vessels now and the dons flee In disorder at this port The captain of the Fi- Â¬ Une stretches The entire blockade nance has received instructions not to for about 120 miles from Mariet 60 sail miles west of Havana to Cardenas 60 AJux to lie Fitted Ouf miles east of the beleaguered city Philadelphia April 25 The monitor The ships are mostly separated by AJax which has been In use by the bat- Â¬ several miles of water making a for Â¬ talion of the west Naval Reserves of New Jersey was towed from tho Penn- Â¬ midable seml clrcle around El Morro sylvania railroad wharf in Camden to Cramps shipyard in Philadelphia to be Not All With Spain Paris April 25 At the Instance of fitted out at once for service Michael Davltt member of the BritÂ¬ Not a Spaniard Sighted ish parliament for South Mayo Henri Southampton April 25 The British Â¬ Rochefort has cabled to John T Morsteamer Mexican which sailed from gan United States senator from Ala- Â¬ Cape Town on April 0 for this port via bama declaring that the assertion the island of Madeira arrived here at that all Frenchmen and the entire noon The commander reports that French press are on the side of Spain she did not sight a single Spanish war On the contrary the yessel during the voyage Is erroneous editor of Intranslgeant asserts that all Ready to Mob II lie French Republicans sympathize with April 25 Harrlsburg Governor the Cubans and their liberators Hastings and Adjutant General Stew Â¬ art have everything In readiness to mo- Â¬ Communication Cat OCT Tampa Flo April 25 The United bilize the National Guard of Pennsyl Â¬ States has cut the Havana cable The vania at Mount Gretna the InBtant they receive President McKlnleys call for cut was made about 10 miles from Ha Â¬ yolunteers vana and the southern end of the cable Accidentally Shot is now on the Mangrove This gives Key West April 25 Quartermaster the government exclusive use of the Joseph Hanson of ho gunboat Helena cable and entirely cuts oft Captain one of the prize crew which brought In the Miguel Jover accidentally shot General Blanco from communication himself on the steamer but his wound with Spafn is not serious Nine Prize Taken Greek Against Spain New York April 25 Since the war Athens April 25 Many Greeks are with Spain was begun the United presenting themselves at tho United States naval forces have established States consulate here seeking enlist Â¬ a strict blockado of Cuban ports and ment In the United States forces for have captured nine Spanish vessels the war against Spain Olvcn Their Liberty The Catallnu Arrive Key West April 25 The Spanish ey West April 25 Officers and crew of the captured ship Buena Ven transatlantic steamer Catallna cap- Â¬ turla have been given their liberty tured 12 miles from Havana by the after a consultation of navy and army cruiser Detroit has arrived here un- Â¬ der a prize crew officers Tnmpa Orders have been Issued by the navy department to prevent the newspaper boats from fol- Â¬ lowing the fleet No More New Fla April 25 Heavy Projectiles Expected From Fleet Jail here Boone Spencer 27 killed his wife 24 and then suicided The woman wus admitted to the Jail CRUI5ER NEW YORlkp bo The Now York Is 11 igBblp of Rear Admiral StarupsJii s illuet which in now blockading Havana Sliu lies taken part fn capturing prize vessels from the Spaniards undr the very guns of Fort Cnbananas and Morro Castle Appealed To Madrid April 25 Tho archbishop of Madrid has Issued a diocesan tetter In a flamboyant style that occasionally sinks Into absolute rodomontade dif- Â¬ fering widely from the high style of Cardinal Cascajares y Azarn archbish- Â¬ op of Valladolld The archbishop makes the war appear a question of good and evil with Spain all white and the United States all black He appeals to all the saints to protect the Span lards almost promising Invulnerability against American bullets May Be Retaliation London April 25 Spains adherence to the right of privateering If expedi- Â¬ ent has given great satisfaction in Spain where the public press markedly approves the attitude of the govern- Â¬ ment Fears are expressed on the con- Â¬ tinent that the United States will And It necessary to retaliate despite the ad Â¬ hesion of the government to the decla- Â¬ ration of Paris Want to Become Pirate Urgent orders Madrid April 25 have been Issued for the movement of the various Spanish and vigorous action is anticipated Many French shipowners and not a few pri- Â¬ vate Frenchmen have applied for let- Â¬ ters of marquo against the United States Saint men-of-war aetlv A WONDER- Â¬ FUL DEVICE New Instrument Used by lie Weather Bureau IN TAKEN UPPER AIR BY KITES Â¬ Automatically Registers Atmospheric Conditions Modern Polor Research INTEREST IN ARTIC EXPLORATION WAsillNOTON April 37 Special One of tho liiostroinarknblo Instrument In tho world Is it now elovlco now bolng put Into use by tlio United State wenthor bureau In connection with Its ulfons to exploro tho nlmost unknown upper fttrnta of tho atmosphere by means of kltea It Id an lnstrumont or ritlior n coiiiplnntlon of in Â¬ struments which notes nml nutouintlcnlly records inlmito by minute und hour by dlstanoo In escaping from tho ley wnstos than wus forinorly thought possible An oxomplo of this was found In the experi ence of Dr Nunson and Lieutenant Juhuu Eon who loft tholr ship and trnvelod 800 miles before thoy foil In with human bo Ings again or onjoyod tho uso of any food or articles of civilization save thosu which they carried with them Arctlo exploration In those times Is not considered specially hazardous and prob ably tho world has soon tho last of greut As disasters to expeditions In thnt Held a mutter of fact thero hnvo been but thrco groat tragodlos In all tho history of arctio exploration though mankind has boen en gaged In efforts to ponotrato tho polar regions for raoro tbnn throo centuries Theso woro tho disasters to Franklin to flrooly nnd to De Long and not ono of theso tragodles Is at all likely to occur un From der tho methods now followed theso thrco oatastropbos has arisen tho arctlo exploration Is popular notion thnt exceedingly dangerous In fact many people think tho man who goos Into tho polar zones Is only adopting a slow and uncomfortable way of committing suicide In tho opinion of arctla experts tho clos ing days of tho nineteenth century aro to witness tho discovery of tho north polo achtovomont of tho feut which nmn has set us a tusk for himself and dovoted his Among energies to for three centuries tho scientific men of Washington thero it a strong hope that to an American will fall this greut prlzo In the nice for tho polo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to spend the day with her husband and when ulone Spencer cut his wifes turoat with a razor almost severing her head and then took from his pock- Â¬ et a small knife and cut his own throat When the Jailer called to feed tho prisoners tholr evening meal he found Mrs Spencer dead and Spencer Just alive The door was fastened Inside and the Jailor had to break tho door In He found the couple locked In each Spencer lived long others arms enough to tell what he wished done with their Infant child and left direc- Â¬ tions for their funeral He owned to tho double murder tell Â¬ ing that he could not leave his wife He was In Jail to answer for mule steal- Â¬ ing and was arrested here three weeks ago on the charge Spencer was a preachers son and of good family near Murray FOUND POISON Commodore Brown Stomach Examined by an Expert Chemlat Logansport Ind April 23 A report of the analysis of the Btomach of Com- Â¬ TRIALS OF It A PUBLIC MAN Take Time to Oct Ued to the Way of Kewpaper Correspondent A new member of tho senate was complaining to an old member of somo of tho difficulties ho was encountering ho said theso news For ono thing Â¬ paper fellows dont always get things straight I dont moan to aconse them of carelessness or of intontioual misrep- Â¬ resentation but now and then somo re markablo storieB are printed about mo at homo Â¬ Germany Ver Berlin April 25 Germany will take no steps prejudicial to tho United ventlon In Spains behalf It evident therefore that the meeting -- t Dresden between Emperor William and Em- Â¬ peror Francis Joseph slgnnlly failed to bring Germany Into lino with Aus- Â¬ Careful tria Captnred The cabinet coun- Â¬ cil approved the general budget De Â¬ spite statements published In New York to the contrary it Is declared here that tho Spanish navy Is fully supplied with coal The government has re- Â¬ ceived no official informtion of the cap- Â¬ ture of any American vessels No American Madrid April 25 They Want the Pari Madrid April 25 It is said here that as a result of the meeting of the Span- Â¬ ish cabinet Instructions were sent to the Spanish naval authorities to effect the capture of the American line steam- Â¬ ship Paris on her way from Southamp- Â¬ ton to New York Taking Sugar to tlaraon Key West April 25 The torpedo boat Porter captured the Spanish schooner Antonio laden with sugar for Havana The Antonio was sent to Key West with a prize crew of four men un- Â¬ der Naval Cadet Dubolso Shipment of Powder Santa Cruz Cal April 25 The pow- Â¬ der works hero shipped east 100000 pounds of brown powder The con Â¬ signment will be rushed through the run to Chicago being made In 93 hours Charcoal Captnred Key West April 25 The gunboat Wilmington captured tho Spanish schooner Candldia with a deckload of charcoal Intended for Havana where It Is extremely valuable for fuel Ulir Veering Toward America Berlin April 25 The uncivilized methqdg of Spain is pausing govern- Â¬ ment sympathy In Germany Franco and Italy to veer toward the United States Only Coward New York April 25 Out of the 420 officers and men comprising the crew of the American liner St Louis only 8rn From the Pari London April 25 A point of vital Interest for all Londoners Is whether the Paris has escaped the Spanish war- Â¬ ship Up to midnight there was abso Â¬ lutely no newsas to tholtnor at South Â¬ German Cltr New Yerk t ampton Vienna April 25 The Deutsche Zel Glv It Another Name tung the pan Germanic organ coatra Ordered to New Orlean Madrid April 25 Spain adopts prl ry to most papers supseffs the United Atlanta April 25 The Seventh bat Â¬ States on thi grounds that after Ber Â¬ yateerlng la fact but not In name tery of light artillery has been ordered lin and Vieana New York ranka asJthe The reservation In the decree issued from Fort McHeary to Fort St Philip largest German town in the world means very little and what the can- Â¬ near New Oreas and also because the United States Captureil by a Cutter represent liberty as opposed to abso- Â¬ cellation of agreements with the United Blloxl Miss April 25 The revenue Tho Fremdenblatt says the States means can wsJUw appreciated lutism cutter Winona from Mobile captured torpedo manufactory at Flume declined particularly by AwwjJiwMwaluIng the Spanish steamer taturaUa at Ship supply Spain because H had a press to behind la Cuba and tfcei irk own Island Miss lag order for Japaa property there Five days are graatjed Cosmo BHterwllc Tol fcap aak HJeed Old VnU for Americas vessels to lave Spana the skin soil white and healthy Sod AprllM Tbsre was a as LBdoa ports Yrywbr BWtlas on Trafalgar square to proUrt Nu New seven refused to sign articles to remain with the ship Foreign EnlUtment Act Hongkong April 25 The foreign en Â¬ listment act has been proclaimed by the British authorities here thus en- Â¬ forcing the neutrality of British sub- Â¬ jects The Proper Spirit Detroit April 25 Wealthy citizens of this city have pledged themselves to care for Detroit families dependent up- Â¬ on those who go to war Tho tuinpernturo of tho nir PrtMHuro of tho ntmosplioro Third Tho humidity of tho air Fourth Tho direction of tho wind Fifth Tho foroo of the wind All this is accomplished by this device and yot tho wholo contrlvnnco U no lnrgor than an ordinary lonf of broad and waighs less tlmn bIx pounds Thnt It should havo amnlMviilght was a prorequUdtu to Its suo cossfuliuse as It Is to bo sunt high up Into the nlrby means of kljcj Onco elovated It will do Its own work tho delicate and ingenious Instruments causing pencils to slido oror shoots of paper wound around drums thus recording the various data from which polontUla men oxpoct nuch In- Â¬ teresting and important results when it becomes possiblo to collate tho results of inonsurouients of the upper nir takon simul Â¬ taneously ut n number of stations locutod in various pnrts of tho country Professor Willis L Moaro tho bnorgotlo director of the United States weathor bureau under whoso management theso ex- Â¬ periments ara being made enmo nonr go ing as a mombor of the Orcoly arotlo ex pedition which met with suoh misfortunes that only 7 men out of SScnmo baol nlho Mr Mooro was then a young sunn Item in the signal sorvlco nnd volunteered to ac company Lieutenant Greoly on bis 111 Ho whs at first ac starred oxpodltlon cepted but was Inter left behind on ac count of sqme technicality At thnt tliuo Mr Mooro never droamed thnt tome day ho would bo at tho head of tho United States weathor buronu which was later to bo disassociated from tho army signal service and through u series of develop ments to become tho first wenthor bureau of tho world In completeness and utility A Hath In a Snowdrift Another noted Washlugtonlan who had a narrow escape from service upon un ill fated arctla oxpodltlon Is Professor Alox andor Grnhnm Boll Inventor of tho tele phono and now prosldent of tho National Geographic socloty of Washington Mr Bell volunteered to accompany tho Joun notto oxpodltlon und camo nonr going This Bxpoditlon under Commander Do Long It will bo romomberod lost two thirds of Its niombors by drowning In tho Arotlo ocean off tho mouth of tho Lena and by starvation nnd exposure In Its iloltn To this day Dr Boll who Is now onoof tho stunchest frlonds of science In tho United States la a mnn of groat physioul endurance It is related of hlm that n year or two ago while ut a bunting camp near his summer homo In Nova Scotia ho felt the need of a bnth nnd no other means of scouring ono being at band ho rushed naked Into a snowdrift and that without experiencing any 111 effects from his chilly plungo Great Interest Is felt In Washington In tho coming oxpodltlon to tho polar regions Tho national capital Is tho rcildoneo of many scientific men who aro keenly alive to tho benefits which niny accrue to knowl edge from more perfect information con Â¬ cerning tho now unknown pnrts of tho arc tio area It Is not generally appreciated that In tho regions lying about tho north polo thero Is an unexplored tract of more than 8000000 squnro miles In extent equal to tho entire area of tho United States with Alaska loft out Soluntlflo men familiar with modern arctlo exploration understand thnt now thorols niuoh loss danger In polar resoarcb than thero was evon 20 years ago und muoh less likelihood of h tragedy resulting from efforts to penetrate the desert of foe In the first place stanch powerful steam vossols havo supplanted tho old sailing ships In Svbleb Frunklin and tho earlier explorers attempted to forco tholr way through tho heavy lee Inthouwondplaoo no modern explorer thinks of sotting out upon a journey without knowing beyond a shadow of doubt that be has a baso of supplies to fall back upon In oaso of need theso bases of supplies him IIu establish self and doe not trust to others to do It for hlm which was the ooudltlon forced upon General Qreely by tho government who planned his expedition and who then failed to ostubllsh the supply statloos as agreed upon Modern Polar Huearch In we four tli pkwe waders sledging lWo for a party method have wads it that may have suffer Hm wbrfortuao of Wslng Its skip to a Huh greats Soooud Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hour First Waltkk WKLlilAN CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY In the Senate Washington April 19 In tho sen nto a bill was Introduced giving tho prosldent power to call for volunteers Washington April 20 Cuban reso- Â¬ lution signed by tho speaker General Grosvenor explains a statement he re- Â¬ cently made WasnTngToh April 22 The senate passed the sundry civil bill the naval appropriation bill and a Joint resolu- Â¬ tion giving the president power to pre- Â¬ vent the exportation of coal or other war material In the Home 19 Washington April Speaker Reed signed Cuban resolutions and house adjourned Washington April 20 Cuban reso Â¬ lution signed by Vice President Ho burt Sundry civil bill taken up Resolution recognizing present Cuban republic Introduced Colloquy over Yoto on Cuban resolution Washington April 22 The army reorganization bill was reported bock to the house For Direct Appeal IndlannpollB April 22 The supreme court responded to the petition to ad Â¬ vance the appeals the Ohio Oil com- Â¬ pany which were filed by affirming both cases the decisions being made on the authorities of the opinions handed down by the court when theso cases wero first before it Tho way Is now open for an immcdlato appeal to the federal supreme court of which notice has been g ven by the aggrieved company modore Brown of Burrows who died mysteriously some time ago has been made by Dr Hurty of the health board The doctor found 46 1 7 grains of ar Â¬ senic in the contents of tho stomacu enough to kill 10 men Commodore Brown was 59 years of age and was taken 111 Dec 31 with paralysis For several weeks he was thought to be better and then sud- Â¬ denly died In great agony Two yeans before this time Joseph Shuey and Lewis Jones quarreled about Brown and Jones and killed Shuey and was acquitted on tho ground of self defense D N Brown the brother who has caused tho investigation ob Â¬ tained his clew from letters found In Shuoys effects Brown was known In Terre Haute Ind where he was sued and Judgment taken against htm for 1000 for breach of promise Fleadlnp For Corporation Client Yonll get used to that replied That wout hurt Thats tho vetornn part of your apprenticeship Ive boon all along there Lot mo toll yon of a little exporience of mine Soon after I first came horo I picked np a paper from my state and saw it nsserted in a lotter from Washington that my colloaguo and mysolf had mot and arranged a slate and that all the patronage for the state would bo distributed according to that arrangement There was no warrant for tho state ment and I mado inquiries for the cor- Â¬ respondent Ho camo to seo me and proved to bo a bright aud most agreeable young man I asked him for his au- Â¬ thority and ho pleasantly tvfused to hut said that ho had every faith To that I replied that in b8 intormt all I would ask tntwoulu bo tho privilege of denying tho story of put Â¬ ting my statement against the other Ho said that was only fair and that ho would attend to tho matter When tho correction appeared it read something liko this Your correspondents story about tho deal between and his colleague by Senator wbioh the patronage of tho stato is to bo divided between them has raised quite a stir here Thero is no qnostion as to its ubsoluto truth But Senator who ovidently has beon rattled by tho publication now solemnly as sures your correspondent that ho had nothing whatever to do with tho deal After that I went slow on corrections Bangor Whig and Courior Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ c Made Hlm nurne nrll 23 Edward Brookvllle Ind Jorgensen a farmer has read eagerly the war news and the passage of the his Cuban resolutions unbalanced reason He made a desperate attempt to sacrifice his baby declaring that bor Innocent blood offered by a fathers hand would suffice to avert the hor- Â¬ rors of war Pint ICIectrlc Syteui Anderson Ind April 22 Work of completing tue Indiana Gas Belt Elec- Â¬ tric railway which was begun last fall The Marlon line has been resumed will be In operation within 60 days The road when completed In Its entire Â¬ ty will be over 100 miles In length nnd will bo Indiana s first electric railway system Collided With a Car Indianapolis April 22 While an Â¬ swering an alarm Fire Superintendent Tom Barrett witn his driver Harry Glazier seated In a buggy came In col- Â¬ lision with an electric car at a street crossing Barrett and Glazier were hurled some dUtanco and very badly bruised April 22 In the fiscal court Judge Cantrlll made an order setting aside all the Indictments against tho Covington and Newport corpora- Â¬ tions for failure to report to the state board of valuation for argument on the Hon Richard P Ernst of 29th Inst Covington who represented several of the defendant companies was closeted with the governor for some time pre- Â¬ sumably asking a pardon for them as the offense Is merely technical She Wa the Wltne Kokomo Ind April 20 Mrs Ma Â¬ thilda Johnson Rayburn 85 widow of Rev Hayden Rayburn of this city Is dead She married Rev Rayburn 55 years ago at Bedford Ind and sur- Â¬ vived him two years Her husband was tho famous marrying preacher who as a local minister solemnized 1270 weddings at his residence Mrs Ray- Â¬ burn being a witness to all the cere- Â¬ monies and attaching her signature to tho merrlage certificates A Skeleton In Evidence Frankfort Ind April 22 In the malpractice suit of Thomas Noland ngalnBt Dr W S Walker venued here from Tlppecnnoo county the plaintiff was awarded 2000 damages The case was sensational In character A human skeleton and an X ray pho- Â¬ tograph of the Injured man was of- Â¬ fered in evidence Dr Walker Is one of Lafayettes wealthiest physicians On Pearl llryan Grave Greencastle Ind April 23 Tho cus- Â¬ tom of decorating the graves of the school children of Greencastle was ob- Â¬ served Each grave was designated by a small white banner with the name upon it and the wild flowers were strewn by teachers and pupils The grave of Pearl Bryan was especially re- Â¬ membered Aaplratlon of He IliKhe Versailles Ind April 21 It Is reported that Hcz Hughes will run for representative of the Fourth congres- Â¬ sional district Hughes was arrested and stood trial by the state for the killing of Henry Schuter In the Ripley county lynchlnsr Since the trlul he Is more popular than ever Frankfort Gannett Wells gives tho following in Â¬ stance of a lack of good manners Snobbishness is not confined to ono set of people Emphasized by fashion or literary pretensions it spreads from village to city It exists in sardine fac Â¬ tories and in palatial mansions it is met with at picnics and dances us well as at dinner or conversation parties The links aro close Ono of Bostons oldest families gave a reception Two scions of other old families attended to whom tho host said Ill introduco you to thoso ladies opposito and he moved toward them Excuse us said ono of tho men tho ladies aro of a peasant Btylo of boauty it is hardly worth while The host bowed low in recognition of Yob their farseoing power adding they are my nieces from tho oouutry but I will not trouble you No apology would ho receive though ono was eagerly offered Woman Wit Â¬ Snobblahue A lady living in an unfashionable street invited a geutloman of leisurely life to her homo because in her sim- Â¬ plicity she thought ho seemed lonely He came and at tho close of tho even ing remarkod to her I had no idea I should meet so many distinguished people at your house his voice unoon solously emphasizing tho pronoun In a littlo book About Poople Mrs Kuto Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ An emperor of Germany besieged n oity which bolougod to ono of his rebel lions noblemon After tho siego had lasted for a long tiuio tho emperor de Â¬ termined to take it by storm nud to de Â¬ stroy all it contained by flro and sword He did not howover wish to injnre the defenseless women tberoforo ho sent a proclamation into tho towu saying that all the women might loavo tho place nnhurt and carry with thorn whatovor they held roost preoious Tho noble Â¬ mans wife instantly decided to tako her husband and tho other women fol- Â¬ lowed her example They soon isiued from the city gate in a long procession each one with her husband on her shoul Â¬ ders The emperor was so muoh struck with tho uoblo conduct of the women that he spared all even the oity itself was left untouohed An KuslUU UlplomatUt Forced To Iave Sullivan Ind April 22 The miners at JackBon Hill came out en masse and compelled Superintendent Brown of the Alum Cave mines to leave the camp in 30 minutes which was complied wfth The cause of the trouble Is over the wages Olven an Ovation Arrrat of a Clerk April 23 Deputy Wabnsh Ind Rherlff Ellis arrested William Norton who has been In the employ of a Inrga department store at Richmond Nor- Â¬ ton used about 200 of the firms money Norton states that he slmnly got on big spree nnd soent the money Hum ami Ptnek Horned Havana April 25 The Italian Giovanni Bausan has entered the port and been received Vltli an ovation man-of-w- ar Paolt Tnd April 21 The barn of Mrs Henry Tow near Bromer with eight head of horses one caw feed harness and lot of bulldlnu material burned about daylight Qrlgln of fire unknown No Insurance Drowned fllmneir In a Wei Rising Sun Ind April Crow an aged and respected citizen of Dearborn county committed suicide by drowning His body wbb found In a cistern Old ago and 111 health are responsible for the act bath with Comio Buttermilk Soap exquisitely scented Issoolhlnfgqinl b inpflial Sold everywhere A minister to China is 40 years old and holds rank iu the army as a major Ha served with tho Seventy fourth high landors un 1 was iu the Egyptian cam- Â¬ paign of 1882 and thn Suakim expedi Â¬ tion before he was appointed consul general at Zanzibar in 1887 After leav Â¬ ing east Afrioa ho was sent to tho Niger where ho proved a very successful con sul goneral in the Niger Coast Protect orate as tho district which was oaoe known as tho Oil Rivers Protector ate is now designated Sir Claudes career in west Africa was out short in 1890 by his selection for the embassy at Peking ea v etsooaq pcre ooi evt Â¬ Sir Claude Macdonald the British AtqVfMAH R o Bewttae BgMtwe of rvcftnixjk fdpi jsotn kaap 8U1 SOWIH TaV IUBOJS OtVfg qOIJMB MOaV V JIWH QEJ put J jo onogt MOjtt m trvl oc9m6i llwEllHtwAiht For a Berfaet coreplexloa DeWttta Little Early Risers - Uttlal Tkt katttslaT hwlttyr tkln use Cosmo ad a yry wImn IMtarmlk f THHL BHROKANHIDGB NRV8 QLOYBRPORT OT HABDINSBURG Cheap paints at Witts Cheap drugs at Witts A fine lot of laces at Witts Go to Witts and get your drugs Cheap patent medicines at Witts A large lot ot paints and oils at Witts A new line of gents nocktles at Wilts A full lino of family groceries at Witts A large lot of dry goods and notions at M II Beard cashier of the bank of Hardinsburg writes from Utah that ho may not return homo for some time yot on account of his health If Captain General Blancos torpedo fleet could head around and work up the Ohio river there would be some fellows In Cloverport and Hardinsburg that would take to the woods Notice Go to A A IUchardson Gar Â¬ Hats field for your millinery goods trimmed in the very best stylo by a first Full line of fertilizers class milliner Wall paper All kinds of mercantile goods at the very lowest prices Discussing tho war with Spain a few days ago were a number of fellows sit Â¬ ting around the county clerks office Not one of them expressed a willingness to help Uncle Bam Some of them were old vets of 04 and they knew what it meant to faco shot and shell but said that If it c mes to the worst we could try it again The Breckenridge News Jno D and V G Babbagc Editors WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 1898 SIX PAGES lliailT It is now war stomach Trouble Stomach troublo is tho common name applied to a derangement of tho Bystem which is keenly felt but vaguely understood It may mean rTTTTTZZXZiiiiii i Special OR WRONG OUR COUNTRY Hon Henry WtUerton In Courier Journal Witts V B Burton is enlisting a company for the war with Spain Mrs J II Gardner and her children Attraction For The war between liberty and despotism war between manhood and kingcraft between hu Â¬ manity and barbarism betwcon the Twentieth century and the Twelfth There need be no further formal declaration Other Powers may re- Â¬ ceive a conventional notification but as between the combatanta themselves war already exists and has been virtually declared For from the moment that Spain having been informed by Tolo of our ultimatum for- Â¬ bade its ceremonious presentation by notifying our Minlstor at Madrid that all civil relations between the two countries were sovered these two coun- Â¬ tries were under the very terms of tho ultimatum at war We had served notice that unless Spain complied with our demands within a specified time force would be employed to compel her to comply Her refusal to even receive that demand from our representative knowing its terms from her own was an instantaneous ending of peaceful relations to he Inevitably followed by the movement of our ships upon Havana for the purpose of beginning by the blockade of that port the policy of armed intervention of which we had given inoro than ample notice The first gun that sounds over the waters at Havana today shatters the last remnant on this hemisphere of an empire that was once the proudest Four hundred years ago after the Spanish caravels had of the earth opened a new world to the white man Spain followed up their discoveries with conquest and colonization which had her polity contained the seeds of life instead of death would liavo made tier still the dominant power of clvilization Two continents were in her grasp and at one time alio was mistress of a third But her conquest was only for rapine her coloniza- Â¬ tion only for robbery at home and abroad She brought into her new pos Â¬ sessions the same brutality cruelty cupidity and treachery upon which her European empire was founded Her colonies could not remaiu her own becauso sho herself had breathed into them the breath of poisonous sedition and self destruction Her emissaries served not Spain but them Â¬ selves There has been a great deal said lately about Spanish patriotism but 8panlsh patriotism has always been an easy victim when seduced by Spanish avarico Where was there eyer a Spanish army whose officers did not prey more upon tholr country than they harmed the enomy Where was there ever a Spanish colony whose officials did not have one hand in the Treasury of the Fatherland and the other on the throat of its off spring7 That was Spain then and it is Spain now And that is why from the mightiest power in uropeshe has become almost the weakest why when she might havo beon supreme in the two Americas she has loal them both piece by piece until now Cuba her last remnant and her last stay falls from her decrepit grasp Spains action is dismissing Minister Woodford upon the presentation of our ultimatum was entirely characteristic of Spanish statesmanship and of a piece with the silly cunning of her recent uiplomacy It was and yet it was mora than the actiou of a nation which confronts a momentous situation with the pert passion of a spoiled child or the frivolous Jut--- 1 vain woman who feels it incumbent upoin lwJr rtismt an insult It was more than that becausi -- continuation of the shallow trickery by which Spain it tne shrewdness of the ostrich has sought to win the game ot kiomacy which we considerately allowed her an opportunity to play It was another one of the series of tricks which number the revoca- Â¬ tion of the order of concentration alter it had been refused us and the suspension of hostility at the behest of the Pope after it had been denied us and after It was too late to aflect our course But it ended her game of trickery That is now played out The fifth ace is no longer up the sleeve it is the gun which is now drawn by the quickest and steadiest hand over the scattered cards of tho blackleg The game of trickery is over the measure of might has begun If Spain can play war as she plays cards she will win if this war can be won by the torpedo of the sneak by the stiletto of the assassin by the mine of the traitor Spain may win but as it is a war that is to be fought on one side by soldiers against tricksters by Anglo Saxons against Latins by the best guns and the beet gunners by men against monkeys may the Lord and Dayy Jones have mercy on tho nation that has never shown mercy The Courier Journal does not propose here to defend the right of the war whicli began yesterday We havo set forth that right so fully in recent issues that it would be needless repetition now to reiterate it The Ameri Â¬ can who yet doubts that right or to whom it is obscure is lacking in know- Â¬ ledge of his countrys history and destiny if not blunted as to his moral and humane sensibilities But thb war is an actuality now j the time for ethical hair splitting is gone It is a war which iu the eyes of God and man we are waging for God and man And whether every American Bees it with such eyes ho must see it now with the eyes of him who proclaim Â¬ May she always be right but right or wrong our country ed It is our country right or wrong and every one of our countrymen worthy of a country is with her We are all for the war now whatever we may have been forty eight hours ago We are for its wise conduct its vigorous prosecution its quick and glorious conclusion Bickeriugs and cavillings are swept away factions and divisions are closed up We are Americans all for America against the world ready with our substance with our seryice with our lives to answer to any call our country may make upon us Â¬ war between the United States and Spain returned homo last Saturday Miss Irene Board bos closed her school atGlendeano and returned home A now telephone line baa been com- Â¬ pleted to Kirk and Jollys Station Mr Hardin attorney from Branden- Â¬ burg was here ono day last weok You can buy moro goods for less money at Witts than anywhere else in Aaron Norton is visiting her daughter Mrs A A Richardson at Garfield The Sunday school convention will open at Stephensport tomorrow at 1030 a m The Sunday school at Garfield will celebrate childrens day about tho third Monday in June From all indications there seems to be a little unpleasantness between Spain and the United States Hev J T Moore preached at tho Baptist church last Sunday The church has called him to tills work regularly All persons indebted to C O Payno will pleaso come forward and settle with- Â¬ out further cost G W Payne assignee The machinery for the new flouring mill at Jollys Station la being put in place and will be in running order in a few days Capt Wm Vest is no more We baye had many a cordial hand shako with him and ho will be missed along the beaten paths which he has followed in Cloverport for so many many years town Mrs inability to retain iooa orwuigeav it It may mean nausea pain after eating fullness inordinate craving for food or entire lack of appetite Whatever it moans theros troublo and its with tho stomach If ypu havo stomach trouble you will be interested in this letter from a man who had it and was cured by IRVINGTON The German supper of a recent date given by the ladies of the B V It 0 was a complete success both socially and financially The house-- was beautifully decorated with the German colors blen ded with the red white and blue Tho German national hymn was tho first number on the musical program which closed with the Star Spangled Banner sung in a spirited way The German supper was heartily enjoyed and the German menu was tho occasion of much merriment The club wishes to thank the public for its co operation and endorsement of their aim to establish a library If the representative members of the commu- Â¬ nity who are not members of tho cub would interest themselves sufficiently in the matter to join the library which can be done by tho payment ot a sum hereafter to be fixed by the club much good could be accomplished in the com- Â¬ munity Very large matters havo grown from smaller beginnings This big over- Â¬ grown country of ours came from a fow struggling colonies on the Atlantic coast Let us put forth every ellort to make our library a permanent one for tho ben efit of the community The next regular meeting of the club will bo with Mrs R B McGlothlan on May 0 A full attendance is necessary in order to pass upon some very import Â¬ ant matters relating to the circle Les- Â¬ son Completes the Life Amoug the Germans Answer to roll call with quotations about women Â¬ aycrs Sarsaparllla For nine years I suffered from stomach trouble I tried the aid of the best doctors of Philadelphia and FitUburg and spent large sums of money all in vain One day while waiting a train in Bellaire 0 1 picked up a paper with a notice of Ayer a Barsaparllla I got one bottle to try it It did me so much good that I purchased five more bottles I took four of them and gained in flesh my appetite Improved and now I can eat anything My stomach is all right thanks to the uso of Ayer s Sarsana rilla7 Calvin MBTEVENSUnionUiwDFa LADIES Dress Goods Notions Shoes i Heston Willis Company OLOVERPORT KY 4 32 50 And I will Send you packed in in plain Send me You Shall Reap Every t1 box one gallon Ok Coon Hollow Advantage our Fa cilities Afford N - we sickness In the world It retains the digested food too long In the bowels and produces biliousness torpid liver Indi- - Constipation nr J Ma Whisky gostlon bad Listo coated tongue sick headache In-somnla etc Hoods Tills Hoods SuP 1 None Purer None Finer SIMON N JONES J James Moorman of Big Spring Dead cure constipation aad all Its results easily and thoroughly 25c All druggists Co Lowell Mass Trcpared by L Hood Tho only Pills to tako with Iloods Sarsaparllla III SI I a Second and Naln Louisville Mr James Moorman after an illness of three years died Sunday evening Misses Lillian and Virgle Rhodes are April 24th He leaves a son and daugh Â¬ ter to whom we extend our sincere sym- enjoying a beautiful summer house Kingwood Tryst pathies Â¬ f IN BOYS AND MENS SUITINGS V In nrinnr llunnn I3nrtir riMlrkntlVsnnt ill In I j cimes uicdd uuuua ucpai uiicm In Our Varied Line of Notions i n A OUR AIM the future as in the past is to merit your patron- Â¬ age on the actual truth of all assertions we make and when we say MORE AND BETTER VALUES FOR YOUR In MONEY THAN ANY ONE ELSE WILL GIVE YOU We Our Hat and Cap Department C In Our j V Ladies and Mens Shoes In Every Department in our store i Your especial attention is called for J a moments consideration to the offerings J made vou this Season Thev are beauti- J reach 1 1 So out of shop and farm house from shore and inland glen Thick as the bees in clover time are swarming armed men Southward tho hosts are hurrying with banners wide unfurled From where the stately Hudson floats the wealth of half the world From where amid his clustered isles Lake Hurons waters gleam From where the Mississippi pours an unpolluted stream From where Kentuckys fields of corn bend in the Southern air From broad Ohios luscious vines from Jerseys orchards fair From where between his fertilo slopes Nebraskas rivers run From Pennsylvanias Iron hills from woody Oregon 0 mothers sisters daughters I spare the tears ye fain would shed Who seem to die in such a cause ye can uot call them dead They live upon the lips of men iu picture bust and song And nature folds them in her heart and keeps them safe from wrong Oil I length of days is not a boon the brave man prayeth for There are a thousand ovlls worse than death or any war Oppression witli liis iron strength fed on the souls of men And license with the hungry brood that haunt his ghastly den But like bright Btars ye fill the eye adoring hearts ye draw 0 sacred grace of Liberty 0 majesty of Law I A few items will herewith mean just what we say follow that perhaps will be of interest to you t ful goods stylish and at prices within your fc lAMR w MFYPR WASH GOODS ti We Show CLOTHING lfj i per yard for real oxclu- - a complete sivo stylos in lawns worth 5 cents stock of Mattings Oil 450 100 100 125 100 7l 10c 2c per yard for a qual Â¬ ity that iB good and stylish and usually sells Buys an all wool hlack cheviot suit Sizes 34 to 42 that could oasily sell at 700 hut our price is 450 for hoys rrt BIG SPRING KY Cloths at lOo Rugs Hair Brushes Pants S Bizes 5 Jackots and to 15 yoars THE TRUTH of public works of Louis vllle will soon be called upon to let contracts for a mllliou brick to bo used In street paving and also several million to be used in the construction of tho water The board In this little skirmish with Spain General Lee will be a central figure Tiiosk in a position to judge of such matters say that the war with Spain will be of short duration Edison the electrician thinks that electricity will play an important part in tho war with Spain Tiik Consul from Spain was allowed to leave this country unmolested What did the Spaniards try to do for Lee Mr per yard buys a nice pattern and of good quality of Organdio that other stores ask 12J cents for worth 8150 for Ladio good values for a hotter quality of tan and hlack shoos for ladies Buys a fair shoe for men in coin or Gloho too good enough to retail at 125 Toilet Sets Tan or Black all sizes Bhoes or Oxfords Â¬ I2c i works reservoir If the board embraced In its membership men who were ac tuated by a patriotic desire to build up the Industries of Kontucky they would see to it that the Cloverport brick plants be given a chance to bid and secure the contracts This would give employment to three or four hundred skilled work- Â¬ men In Cloverport and a large portion of tho money thus distributed would find its way back to Louisville through the wholesale houses that supply our mer- Â¬ chants with their stocks of goods It would also recuperate Louisville capi- Â¬ talists for the loss sustained by the plants remaining idle as they are owned principally by Louisville rneu The vampire politicians who control the affairs of Louisville have done more to kill the industrial plants in this sec Â¬ tion than any other agency and so long aa they are In power honest competition is out of the question Some day when municipal officers become virtuous and tho political milieu lum is on we can expect justice and reciprocity from LnuUville but In these days when Lnm Simon is Wggerjban competition we caa expect notbtsp but toM wttMt we wk for bmd per yard for the new prettiest est and styles in Madras and Organdies that are worth 15 Hats Gents cents Furnishings Trunks Valises Window BELTS Jowol and leather bolts from 15c up that aro You very pretty should see them Also and ladies purses books from 5 to 75o Shades Scrim Children 125 to 300 Wo show a lino of Soltz shoes that is second to none on earth Thorough Investigation Desired iji The farmers in this county are con siderably behind with their spring work Tho wet cold weather of the last few weeks has set them back a good deal Â¬ Tiik commercial convention and the musical festival each to be held in Louisville during the next month will attract great crowds of people to that city Tub railroads have been doing a fine business or some weeks carrying sol Â¬ diers and war equipments South When your Uncle Sam takes hold things move In earnest i Straw Hats Ribbons Trimmings Embroidery ij ci r i j -- r i a nrived and we want your closest inf spection Everything is new We ari showing an immense lino and one thai you can t help but commend y Lace Curtains from 60o per pair up Laces c c OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT SHELMAN CO Irvington Kyi Wukthkb it will bo a long or a short Already mot tW a w4IMe ol m war la a little hard to toll but we expect have ofluml tWr aacvtew to the boy who have eulited would like UiialniL Hnoln aiul uui aoja tinUb I or it go oa log wough to make it may mow M niiimary TWa i 8r1 GOODS SHOWN AND SAMPLES GIVEN WITH PLEASURE a Our people need not be alarmed about the powers of Europe combining agaiwt tho United States in this war with Spain Even if they should we are able to hold our owh aflaiwt the combined world OLOVEBPOKTS LEADING ONE PEICE STOKE THE FAIRj n I v latomtWg BSUHWy ZUi LOYAL AMERICANS thr briiokh NKV8 OLOYRRHRT KY Â¬ Â¬ Movement For a National Volun- Â¬ teer Reserve With General Schofield at Its Head This invitation Is also extended to every fraternal and labor organization and is made individually to every loyal man to rally around the flag Tho military oommitteo of tho National Volnnteor Rosorve pledgo thorn selves faithfully to transmit to tho an thoritieri all enrollments consigned to their oaro and subscribe themselves loyally Â¬ Commander JAMES LON08TRKET Lieutenant General Confederate Btatea Army Vice Commander O O HOWAItD Major General United Btates Army retired Chairman Military Commit- project havo boon rocelved at tho hoad quarters Lincoln Neb Marob 17 Brief examination of plans for Na- Â¬ tional Volunteer Rosorvo appears highly oommendablo and pariotio Will gladly oo operate In Its promotion in present situation Nebraska Volunteer Reserve Is limited only to number of cit Â¬ izens nblo to boar arms Silas A Holcomb JOHN M BCnOFlELD Lieutenant Qoneral United Btatea of America retired Acting Governor of Nebraska RALKian Maroh 10 Your plan for Volunteer Uosorvo forco received Two hundred nnd forty thou sand men in North Carolina subject to military duty and at call to defend utato or nation nearly overy nblebodiod man would promptly volunteer Â¬ Triumphant Deerings Lead the Way y An organisation which may remit In no less thanthroo international difficul Â¬ Ihe formation of tho largest army of ties in as many years and consequently volunteers tho world has known was be it wonld appear desirable at this or any gnn in Now York city the other night other tlmo that all doubts as to our at n mooting of distinguished vetorans willingness and avnilablo strength be and others as tho gnosis of Colonel W sot at rest and enrollment ot our volun- Â¬ teers bo made which wo havo not had DH Washington at the Waldorf-Astori- a Tho National Volnnteor Reserve for a generation and our military is tho titlo decided upon This now arm strength has been decreasing rather than of tho nation will bo of a distinot char Â¬ iucroasing ever slnoe our groat conflict acter from tho militia of tho several whilo onr national wealth nnd tho ovor states and does not seek to conflict with increasing intorosts we are called upon to guard nnd protect have grown many Among thoso who woro present or fold Tho strength of the nrmy of a narepresented at tho first mooting were tion lies in its resorvo consequently General O O Howard General A MoD why not let us oount onr mon and make McCook General Adalbert Ames Low- Â¬ mauifost our loyalty to tho world and ell Mass General James Grant Wil- Â¬ tho readiness of every man in tho nation son General Martin T MoMahon Gen Â¬ to defend tho country and tho flag and eral E L Mollnoux General J Fred let us nbove all soizo this opportunity Pierson Colonel II H Adams General of forever dosing any broaoh that may Daniol K Siokles Major GeneralJoshna have oconrrod nnd forever blot out sec U Obamborlaln Brnnswiok Mo Gentionalism and publicly wold together eral Thomas J Wood Dayton O Gen Â¬ anew north south oast and west in our I eral O B Wilcox Washington Gen- ever glorious and inseparable Union eral Ell Long Plainfleld N J Gen- Â¬ eral Joseph Wheeler Alabama General Jam os Longstreet Washington Gen Â¬ eral T 8 Peok Burlington Vt Gen- Â¬ eral Zenas B Bliss Washington Gen Â¬ IWm M llMdqwwn Hufanal VOmuw Rnam WuNi Mdtaf NOT TA- eral Stanley governor Soldiers homo Wjjjhjintnn Gnneral Simon B Bnck y ner Lexington Ed Â¬ ward Marshall and William DH Wash- ington General O O Howard was bo leoted as chairman of the meeting and General A MoD McCook and Mr Da fais wore elected secretaries Ohject of the Morenient The plan and scopo of the movement VaaWt which was termed a grand army of WHUbssbbbbbbbbbbbbbWA sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbeym individual Americans wero explained llrHBBBBBBBBBBtlBSsfl by Colonel Washington It is proposed VTibbbbbbbbbbE V VaETBSBBCV f that this new Notional Beaervo shall consist of volunteers who shall sign en Â¬ listment blanks agreeing in caso of for Â¬ eign war or invasion to take up arms at STATE OF the call of the presidont of the United ss States or of the governors of tho states Cmr ot Town of or territories in whioh they reside Cen Â¬ born in tral headqnarters are to be established I in which wonld practically bo a clearing aged years now resid Â¬ the State of bonse for recruits ing nt in tbe County of It is believed that from 3000000 to nnd State of with Post Office addross bolow stated by occupation a do hereby state and de- Â¬ 6000000 citizens will be fonnd ready to join the body It is not tho object to clare that I am of proper ago and beliovo mysolf to bo physically and other interfere in any way with the existing wise qualified to bear arms that I am not onlisted in the National Guard or state militia bnt in caso of an emergen- Â¬ Naval Reserve of any State or in tho Army or the Navy of the United States but cy tho names enrolled in any state can desire that my services shall bo avullnblo to the United States in the event of bo handed to its authorities for organi- Â¬ wnr with any foreign power I do thereforo enlist in tho NATIONAL sation and enlistments under its own VOLUNTEER RESERVE and ask that my name be enrolled as a momber of regulations and officers said organization and I do solemnly undertake nnd agreo in tho event of war The officers of tho organization were between tho United States and any foreign power if called upon by tho consti- Â¬ elected as follows Lieutenant General or of the United States tuted authorities of tho Statu of John M Schofield U S A command Â¬ through the lawful channels to enlist as n giior in tho National Gnard or er Lieutenant General James Long street O S A vioe oommandor Gen- Â¬ the Naval Reserve of said Stato or in tho Army or tho Navy of tho Unitod eral O O Howard chairman of the States for tho length of time und upon tho terms that may by law bo promilitary committee with vice chairmen vided and I do solemnly swear or affirm that I will bear trne faith and as follows Major General Adolbort allegiance to tho United States of America and that I will serve them honestly Ames Lientonant General Josoph and faithfully against all tholr enomies whomsoever Wheeler and Major General Grenvillo M Dodge Colonel W DH Washing- Â¬ day of Subscribed and duly sworn to beforo mo this ton presidont of tho organization and 180 General A Mai MoCook secretary Plan of tbe Organization I hereby certify that tho obovo named man is between tho ngos of 18 and The plan of the organization is to got 45 and that ho in free from all bodily defects and montal infirmities whioh together a reserve body of men to take would in any way disqualify him from performing military duty np arms at a moments notioo without conscription or draft to bo maintained in connection with tho present forces A person desiring to onllst If a Bailor or waterman by occupation or desiring to Join without tho irksomeneas of military the Navy or Naval Resorvo may ornso the word soldier and National Guard In the body of dnty without entailing fcpon tbe gov certificate und he will then be enrolled for tho Naval Reserve and Navy ernment or stato tho expense of main taining snoh a large body of troops and NOTE Thla enlistment blank ahonld preferably bealgned Iwforo a magistrate Judge without drawing from their pursuits tbe county clerk coinmlwiloner notary public or any official authorized to administer an oath young mon of tho nation who If properly loynl or patriotic should make no charge for the aervlce In lieu of the It is proposed to enroll mon of proper availability of such officer tho enlistment blank may be signed and vrltnewed by two per sons who will add their addrm and alxo make declaration aa to tbe physical qualifica ago and physical qualifications to bear When signed forward to the Headquarters National Volunteer tions of tho applicant arms who will sign tho eullstmont Beaervo Washington Building New York blanks agreeing to tako np arms whon called upon Tho original rolls would A Aleasuro For Peace T 31 bo transmitted dirootly to tho war or Tho organization of tho National Vo- Â¬ MBtates cma tiUtr Brigadier Oeneral United Volunteers navy department there to be tabulated lunteer Reserve is not intondod as an I B PECK Brigadier General United Btatea and included in tho rooogulzed sum Â¬ alarm or to arouse an unnecessary milVolunteers mary of the military and naval forces itary spirit It is a peaoe measure but WILLIAM DH WASHINGTON President McD McCOOK Major General United of tho United States if conflict must be then a moasnro to A Btatea Array retired Secretary Military Tho permanent organization will in shorten its duration Tboroforo tho sub Commit teo oludo tho prosidentof the United States scribers veterans of all classes forover All the brigadier generals and major to be ex offlcio commander in chief tbe united under tho flag havo organized seorotary of war to bo ex ofilcio vice themselves into a body to bo known as generals both of tho northern and south Â¬ oommauder of tho military forces and tho National Volunteer Reserve and have ern armies and the admirals of both by order of rank havo been elect- Â¬ tho general of tho army commander pledged their services as a military com- Â¬ tho secretary of tho navy to be ex officio mittee They desire to rally around ed nnd upon accoptnuco will bo mem Â¬ vioe commander of tho naval forces them the loyal men of tbe nation and bers of tbe xniitary committee of tbe ro- Â¬ and the admiral of tho navy to be ox they confidently beliovo that tho re sorve Executive Committee Headquarter officio commander tho governor of each sponse will astonish tho world They Headquarters for the organization state to bo ex offlolo oommander of all havo carefully prepared an enrollmen the roserves of his own commonwealth blank whioh every loyal man of the na Â¬ havo been secured at 1 Broadway New and the adjutant general of eaoh state tion can sign and thereby consecrate York olty whero the executive com- Â¬ to be ex officlo vice commander of that himself to his country nnd bis flag It mittee of the military committee state tho military oommitteo for the is bolieved that n nniversal and loyal will meet every day This executive purpose of governing and fostering tho expression on the part of the peoplo at oommitteo consists of Lieutenant Gen- Â¬ M organization and a commander or pres- Â¬ this time will have a great moral effect eral Jobu Schofield General ident who will havechargoof thoaotive not only at home bnt abroad and will James Longstreet General O O How- Â¬ duties pertaining to the organization and discourage any ooalition with an antag- ard General Adelbert Ames Generul its maintenance onistic power or interference with our Grenvillo AI Dodge General Joseph Wheeler General A MoD McCook Ab Appeal to tbe Country affairs Snch a declaration at this time will General T G Wood General J Fred This foregoing organization having Pierson General E L Mullneux Gen- Â¬ been effeoted it was decided to send also strengthen the bands of tbe presi broadcast through the country an ap Out and will be a voluntary expression eral M T MoMabou and President peal embodying the principles of tbe from tbe people impossible to be misun- Â¬ William DH Washington President Washington in speaking National Volunteer Resolve This ap Â¬ derstood To make this movement dou Â¬ bly forceful it must be aocomnllshed of tno movement saldt peal is in part as follows I qniokly and therefore we appeal to the If wo can secure an enrollment HUDOltS NATIOItAL VOLUMTIin Resirvz V peoples voico the public prcBS tho only throughout tbe country of volunteers 1 UllOADWAr WASUISOTOV BOILDINO Yomc City Naw vebiolo for reaching tbe nation instan It should take away any existing uncer Â¬ To the People of tho United States taneously tainty in tho minds of foreigners as to Whereas tbe policy of the govern Â¬ tho loyalty of our poople The chief obÂ¬ It is confidently bolieved that ment and of tho several states of tbe movement will make each enrolled this jects for starting tho movement just vol United States of America is to main Â¬ nnteor fool moro keenly his individnal now aro to make this nn opportunity for tain a small organized f orco for tho as Â¬ interest and his integral part in uatloual a reunion both of the old soldiers and surance of law and order within our affairs and thus prove the quality of our tho pooplo of all seatlousof the country borders and in case of a serious conflict oitizensnip xco plan in no way con Â¬ It is a peaoo rather than a war measure to dopend upon tho loyalty of our poc flicts with national or stato authority It will discourage European sympathy plo anil volunteers to augment the reg or with tho militia and the National on the wrong side In existing troubles ular army and militia whioh would Volnnteor Reserve will act aa a resource aad will make eaoh citizen who enrolls form a nucleus around which they onoouragemeut and auxiliary to the na Â¬ himself feel that he is qloser to and a Would gather it Js apparent that in case tional guard The president more intimate part of tho government Â¬ a eerieas conflict or ono of long dura ed States is tbe oommandorof the Unit- and it will prove the character and in chief of tion that oar standing force wonld be tho National Volunteer Reserve and the quality of hie altiaenshlp The move Â¬ atterly inadequate to carry it on and governor of eaoh state the commander ment is abeolately devoid of politics It that tbe body of oar army would be our of tho reserve within bis own common- Â¬ is a means for the people todeolare valaateers wealth thus fully carrying out the pro Â¬ their loyalty to the president of tbe It is acknowledged that all Europe is visions of tbe constitution Union whoever be may be at any a v wtt military camp tbe minds of tbe The press without dissent baa volun Â¬ time Tho plan ontliaed has already psoala of each power being direoted to teered its cordial approval and been before the war and navy depart Military affairs and taught ta despise in all sections of the conn toy Tbe Meats aad the executive aad has met ropaat or fear another nation by the governors of maay states have already with their fall approval It is hoped to aansldsHoa of comparative military given their eataaeiaaHo approval The complete the movement within the next stssngshi Familiar with the eaoeaioae aki of the Grand Amy of the JtejwWio ten days awnles at their own and adjoining ua Letters are pawing in from fameae of the Confederate and of all other vet Â¬ Me tbey jodse the Uuited Btatea by eran organisations of the Som of Vet soldiers and eminent citiaene fretn all aeatyaaiaea am ow regular amy of aits and of all patriotic sooletka is parte of the country approving and en MdM mmI 1OQ0O militia oeoaeloaa oh e adinUy depended npea to farther enraging the Movement Ikwtr pas a feeling of sapettority if Mm Moveasentr and eaesi U invited to not eoatauipt and iuvitoM ftttqaent and become a vearslefaag oMoeof tkeXe 8vrsH Aypreve Maa n insane nn as haabsy proved by tkxMl VolanWer JBeaerya The following it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ENROLLMENT BLANK ADELBKHT AMES Major General United Btatea Volunteers QKENVILIE M DODGE Major General United Btatoa Volunteer JOSEPH WHEELEK Lieutenant General ConDanielL Rubskll federate Btatea Army Vioe Chairman Mili Govornor North Carolina tary Committee A MoD McCOOR Major General United Btatea Army retired Montgomery Ala March 17 DANIEL E BICKLES Major General United I have your letter in regard to tho Btatea Army rotlred B1MON BOLIVAR nUCKNEH Lieutenant plan for n National Voluntoor Resorvo General Confederate Btatoa Army and it seems to mo to bo oxcollont It JOS11UA U CHAMllERLAlN Major General would certainly show thu patriotism United Btatoa Army retired ZENAB R UU8S Major General United nnd power of onr country to surpass Btates Army retired that of any other nation oil earth DAVID R STANLEY Major General United Yours respectfully Btatea Army rethedJT Joseph F Johnston R C DRUM Brigadier General United Btatea Army retired Governor W A HAMMOND Brigadier General United Btatea Army retired Boston March 16 ELI LONG Urlitadler General United Btatoa I beg to ncknowledgo receipt of your Army retired O a WILCOX Brigadier General United noto of Maroh 12 which I havo read Btatea Army retired with intorest It seems to me that you H G WltlQHT Drlgadler General United aro pursuing tho right course Very Btatea Army retired Roueh Wolcott T O WOOD Brigadier General United Btatea truly yours Army retired Govornor Massachusetts JAMES GRANT W1LBON Brigadier General United BtntcH Volunteer TnitNTON Maroh 16 J KIIED 1IEHBON Brigadier General United Your valued favor with iuolusures is Hlntci volunteers E I MOI1NEUX Brigadier General United nt hand I havo road the satno with Btatea VriUintm ra great interost and beg to thank you for the same I will glvo tho matter full Â¬ Â¬ tee DEERING Hinders Mowers and Reapers had Roller and Rail Hearings five years before they were adopted by others They will always lead the procession as they have in the past consideration Prosident ernor Very truly yours M Vooiuikks of tho Senate Acting Gov- Â¬ Foster DEERING IDEAL BINDER Dzb Got Oat or Ded to Vote v NatlonaloftmtccrIicscrve f yfr Â¬ elected to a seat in tho Americnu sen ato and tho contest was a notablo ono Colonel VV L Knox was a member of tho Louisiana legislature and when the senatorial fight began ho was lying nt fhD point of death at n hotel in Baton Rouge v Thero was n tie Ofo in tho leg islature Colonol Knox woh ArCt nd- miror of Benjamin nnd ho determined to break tho tie and send Benjamin to the senate even at tho oost of his own life He was placed on acot carried to tho houso of representatives nnd when his namo was called ho voted for Judah P Benjamin for United Stntos senator Amid groat excitement aud tho wildest sort of applnueo Benjamin was deolarod elected and moro dead than nlivo Knox was carried to his hotel Ho milled in n few days and in tho courso of timo roooverod his health Dallas News Â¬ Judah P Benjamin was tho first Jew Peering Improved Sfeel Binder TeerinS Ideill Xeei in -j I IX clV The lightest draft Binders on onrth Thev contain more real improvements than any other machines mado and are right up to date in every respect a Bearings serrated lcdecr er nn plates adjustable drag bar and shear cutting knives The only mower that can ho drawn at n slow walk or Htarted in any crop without hack- Â¬ ing tho team JVLoWer W RcllceS aro n8 mucn m ndwuico of other machines a are Deer- ing Binders Mowers aod Reapers JuscCfeived a car which we will selx stock before buying cnk load of Deering machinery and twine bottom prices Farmers should see our - - J W PATE jflsTMWcteiy rjF Ky V When Cheek Sleets Cheek rwvrw rx3t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ua-vie- s- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3 J Gofa at naif Trice Tho mill ugout importer or manu facturer takes orders for a lino of goods country from tho Emerald Islo Dan from jobbers and from largo retailers was n young man of 30 but his father for a full opening supply but a great lookod upon him as n mero boy and many of them aro thus sold on a guar The Leading Specialists of America antee thnt is tho buyers can return soomod to tako delight in ridiculing what thoy do not sell a pretty safo 20 YEARS IN OHIO him beforo people business for tho buyer When tho goods Yis Dan is a good by ho would 250000 CURED fail to movo ot a stipulated price tbo say sarcastically bnt Danny mo by eollers aro notified that n curtain quan yozll nivor sot tho river on flro WE CURE EMISSIONS This was his stock witticism and it tity will bo returned Then nuw negoNothing can bo moro dcmoraliiinir tn tiations begin young or mlddlo agcd men than tho iirca aunoyed Dan vory much but ho did his enco of thoro nightly Iosjoj They If thoy aro in jobbers hands and tho soon surprised tho old gentle best and quantity is largo a drivo may bo or man by securing a lncmtivo job of dlagutt nnd a wholo train of yinitomn They unfit a man for buaincM married Yis Dauny has n job all right ho rangod for if nut largo enough for this mo ana foemi nappincu ro matter said whether causod by ovil habits in youth Its lo0 a day but tho byll a salo may bo arrangedhisto a turgor retailer Thon comes announcement natural ncakncM or rexual ciccMes our nivor sot tho river on fire Not ho New Method Treatment will positively When oil was found at Pltholo Dan of u largo pnrchaso from a woll known euro you manufacturer or importer greatly bo hurried to tho sccuo nnd was soon earn NO CURE NO PAY low cost and boing content with a ing unusually largo wages as a team LAW OF THE UMBRELLA Header jounced help Early ahuro or ster All tho petroleum was drnwn in small profit they are to bu sold below later oxcchscj may uato weakened you Vory often thereforo tlicsu salos Kxpostiro may hao difeated you You barrels and tenuis wero in great do- cost An Important Opinion That Has Ileen aro not ftufo till pnrrd hir Wnur AtAthn1 Ho saved his mouoy bought an do not mean a loss to the rotailer or to main will euro you You run no rlk Aacrlbed to Lord Coleridge tho importer but usually to thu maker aero of land and soon bad a well drilled The law as to umbrellas was sottlod goodB whother domestic or forCURED that was producing 100 barrols of oil of tho Of once for all by Lord Coloridgoiu a leadoourso buyers from agents per day at 10 per barrel Tho older eign lounir Man Ynn nm tuiln fniin ing English caso His lordship held who mako up tho goods into garments and haeejrdi nertoua irritahlo and excitable You becorao forgetful moroe Umbrellas proporly considered ore McCarthy joinud him saw tho woll ro- or oouvert thorn into bleached dyed or celved n liberal gift of mouoy and thou nnd despondent ulotchcn and pimplec a part of th atmospheric or meteorologprinted articles cannot well fall baok tunken cyc wrinkled faco ttoopinK shook his head ominously form and downcast countcnanco rovcui ical oondition and on such thero can bo upon tho mills Textile World Tls a good thing Danny tho blight of your existence ho no individual property right in them An Ccblnnetl Charge croaked yoro doiuwell but mark mo In Sampson versus Thompson defendant WE CURE VARICOCELE A was charged with standing on plain tills worruds yozll nivur bet tho river on ries group of lawyers woro tolling sto Xo matter haw ccrlnn vmir mica mnv flro mo by in tho oorridors of tho city hall the bo or how long you may havo had It our front stops during a storm nnd thereby NUW MKTllOl TKIJAT aiENT will soaking np a largo quantity of rain to of A fow days Inter n flood wrockod ono other day when ono rclatod n talo of n euro it luo wormy cins return lo their normal condition and henco tho which plaintiff was eutitlod But tho run Dans small wooden tanks tho oil justice of tho pcaco in ono of tho south- Â¬ rexual organs reecho proper nourish down the river aud thero was great ern states whero tho uarrntor lived in court held that tho rniu was any mans incut Tho organs becouio Utallicd all excitoment As Dun und his father stood his earlior days A caso was being tried uuumuiui uruius vr rain no matter whero it fell It fol4 inauly power roturn iubfgs ccojo udu on tho bank watching tho oil float away boforo u jury iu tho justicos court No temporary ij lows therefore that the umbrella is Dau drow permanent euro BMurcd Fl benefit lmt aNO tlioru being u largo number of witnesses a match audlightod it 1MY NO OPKIU any mans nmbrella In all agos rniu Father ho said coolly tho next on both sidos Tho lnwycrs contendod 1L and umbrellas have gone together und florcoly and tolmo there is no rcasou why they should bo on flro yez say Oill nivor sot tho river tho taking tho trial dragged on until plazo romimber that Oi had n of ovidoncu and tho argu Â¬ CURES GUARANTEED separated in law An nmbrella may Wo treat nml euro BVPUILIR circumstances tbo chief chanco wunst and and didnt do nt ments boforo tho jury had beon con- Â¬ 1 under certain bedadl cluded rM j tvvAfv1vv viTaTAtako on tho atof which is possession Thou ho blow out tho match Well gontlomen aro yon through Har- Â¬ NAI LO dA and iai5 tributes of personal property just us if NiV disease asked tho justioo addressing himsolf to pers Bazur ONHUIiTATION a man set n tub and catch a quantity KIIKB HOOKS l HIIK C1IAIIQK3 the lawyers MUDLIUii If unclilo to call writo of ruinwuter that rainwater will bo for a Ol MION 11LAN1C for HOME Upon their reply in tho t fllrmntivo considered as his personal belonging ilUVrMI NT ho then addressed himsolf to tho jury while it is in his tnb But if tho sun jores saying evaporate the water and it is rained Gentlemen it Is now tho duty of down again or if the tub is upset and Every expectant mother has tho court to say somothiug to you Yon 122 W FOURTH ST the water spilled thon tho attributo of hnvo personal ownership instantly disap a trying ordeal to face If sho docs not nesses hoard tho ovideuco of many wit Â¬ CINCINNATI O nnd havo hoard what the lawyers pears So if a man hold his umbrella in 8 tMkG havo said I will say that I know all tho his hand it may bo considered n per witiiosbos und know thorn to bo such sonal belonging but tbe moment it disreputnblo persons tint it will not bo O0U and u ptitout at iiofliliiy SrhalTraa leaves his hand it returns to tho great necessary for you to pay any nttontion rcfonud this offer uud subsequently ioIil general indivisable common ttoak of to wuat tuey liovo said ovou uudor oath tho diumouil to Grejmry Orlotr for tho not at Â¬ umbrellas whither tbe law will Not ono of thorn is to bo boliovod As snino hum without tho patent of uoliili tempt topursno it for tho Inwyors thoy aro such scoun ty OrloIT part author of Cathorinoa So far as wo know thero has never drels you need pay no attention to what Kreatuess aud rahod by her to tho stops been a successful appeal from this de thoy havo said aud ns for tho two liti- Â¬ of tho throno for whom sho struck cliion Chicago News gants they aro so mean it doesnt mako mtdiils rnlsud triumphal arches and any dlfforenco which ono of thorn gets dodicatod palncon par lamltlo rocou Cant Tell Their Ilaabauda Apart tho worst ot your deoislou Rotiro aud nnissanto to whom sho offered socret Jim Hisey aged 48 is n prosperous Washington Post deliberate grain dealer in YhIo Ho has a wife marrlago and whom iu another raprico sho bonlshud two sous and n daughter Will Hlsoy Conut Gregory being re r a Diamond Jtoramiow aged 48 his brother lives at Sparta instated in favor offorod his imperial get ready for it At tho beginning of tho oiRhtoouth He is also married The two mon are mistress two toltons of reconciliation there is no tolling twins and all through llfo have been Cunturu soldier bolouging to ono of tho St Petersburg urseunl aud tho Or what may happen tbo the living duplicates of each other So French gurrlsous iu India became loir diumond Nolth lloyco in Lippiu Child birth is full euamdjred near alike are they oven their wives of tho oyos of Ilrahmn lu tho cotts of uncertainties if templo cannot tell tbem apart They dress of Scrringham Theso eyes wero Comparing Note like their voices aro alike and tholr Nature li not given proper assistance diamonds more brilliant than evor Ive been wnrriod Ilvo years said hair and mustaohos havo tbo samo color shono under tho oyobrows of Orapauds thu proud little matron from nnd curls When boys they had to bo Detroit European divinities Tholr taster cup Thats nothing laughud thu Chi tagged so that their parents and teach Â¬ onuo womau who occnplod tho same ers would know tbo difference When U the boat help you can use at this timo tivatod his soul Ho haunted tbo totn soit Ivo married Ilvo timou Jim gets u crick in the baok Will is It is a liniment and when regularly ap-Â¬ plo and yleldiug to tho might of tho on tho train god becamo n oouvert to his worship Detroit Frco Press liable to havo tho samo complaint aud plied several months before baby coatas when Will gets tbe rheumatism Jim ul it makes tho advont easy and nearly phi At least so ho persuadod tho priests HpanUh Hiippll Q to cu who went so far as to admit him to so gets It precisely in tho same place less New Orleans April 11 It relieve and pwvaaes Naoaatag some oaro ot tbo templo doubtless Tho Spanish They were formerly both engaged in the steamer Harcelpna sailed from thlc aW awsmilling business and served aa appren Â¬ elckaeaa raawsaMai nvaiatwitaai AiihI - trusting fiaahma to protoot bis owu in I IUAm iM But on a eterniy night the convert ills- - port for Genoa via Havana having on ticeship nnder the same mm They raa board 600 mules 23 horses cattle poul were bora in western Ontario thate aaa labor aaata raoovaty JW aad oer- - appeaaea and with him one of the try and other supplies for the Spanish parents being Jacob mmI Beta Hieajr taia wttltaaVaajr -taMaaanaaMltar etTecU id4 eyas the other having resisted aU effort to dislodge It So Brahma government In Cuba 1mm ciy cmm way ia wMah hfatjeta rvtaaa- i fMaf for aaly one Jims wile he oan tell her hukt4 femMbMifc pMMtt via to rata aitttlMrhood ol rw left squinting aad the perfidious I Mauy American wood which are now flwaonwaa sold hi aviaa to a caDtaln er HetiMiaaUfM murva la M neglected nocording to a botanic iru iia aad pain- f tatbeKuglUit for about 10 fWO OaM walah taa to be bald a ta good to eat Tho tender vaooU of milk Om dollar per aajMi at aU drug- siaaavar Later it was baafkt by I be Armenian weed are said to resemble la atat by areas aa tiaalM at erica Ytar IBM fea araat give a tats u merchant BoaaJaaj tar woro than ttva ItafOM aa lataaaived talofaj parafvs 4iuiC4thU am awl aaawn by him to apiaaoa P1Mwn1 i relatad to beet and f taa hoBM eifola TW aHk too ia deolarod to Catheriaa ft ftaatla wan offered far it ho well avn altaoutth it Uautua alMWttagMM alifepewaioa of 18- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cheekly mot his match tho other day and by tho same act a matoli was mado for his pretty daughter Young Nervor asked the old gentleman for hor baud Ho expressed his disapproval and said Do you have tbo faintest idoa that you could support her in tbo sanio luxurious surroundings sho now onjoys Evorything must remain tho sanio for hor when sho marries sir I will not permit her to sacrifico a singlo comfort Sho must bo provided for just as 1 havo provided for her sir Thats easy repliod Norver coolly I shall movo right in hero with her Thero aro somo things that might bo improved but I rospect yonr wishes aud all shall remain just ns it is Cheekly had to tako n swallow of brandy to prevent a spell aud thou ho gnvo his consent in u wcuk touo of voice Detroit Froo Press Tho Triumph of Danny Soverol years boforo tho discovory of oil at Pltholo an Irishman named Ma Cartby and his son Dun caino to this i9iawmiiiimifrwrwfl DiiiKK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 250000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fl lifflfilaP0 lllIiil Â¬ yvv GETTING READY Kennedy Kergan Â¬ Â¬ Jt iKfrJl li Â¬ Â¬ Mothers Friend mWn-M-n- - aar wrlMaaia4aUtnr popu Â¬ der hearty congratulations to lar young couple and wish them boa is a great favorite voyage Miss WXDOTWDAY APRIL 27 1898 with her Hawesville friends and ad Â¬ They remember with great mirers GRAYSON COUNTY pleasure her ltttlo visit hero last year Her sweetness of disposition and vi- Â¬ vacity added to her flno performance on Grayson faretie A report from Millwood VMlenlav the violin charmed all who met her iatwl that Oharloy WilliamB ton of Hawesville Clarion Miss Anderson has many friends In FrM Williams fell off the train them nd had his leg cut off by tho car wheels this city who wish her a long life of wedded happiness Me was a young married man Breckenridge News THBt BRHOKKNRXIaS NEtVWB OlVZWEmQr KY the the mOISTCNG MADE EASY Witts rattle The farmer the1 mechanic and Art W T aft WW HD W - blcyclo rider are liable W unexpected cute and bruises De Witch Hazel Salve is the best thing to keep on band It heals quickly and is a well known cure Haynes for piles Short USE INDEX READY MIXED Incorporated LOUISVILLE KY EKEZad i EH EE Dr H 8 getting up a company of cavalry He wante a hundred men and says that quite number have already signified a desire to join them He has set next Monday eounly court day to organize and would Mke to boo all parties desiring to offer their services to the the government in this capacity The patriots of Ornvsrm t will bo given an opportunity to join and Wtten tue call comes for troops they will fee ready to respond On last Saturday near Higdon Ky a horse ran away with Mrs Clements I Ue of George Clements deceased and L - ci jii i uiui uc unn nno iiuiui iigrseuaCK uu and was thrown from tho animal Deputies Dave May of EHnbethtown and D A Gates of Louisville came down Tuesday night and in company with J B Shrewsbury captured a small still up In the edge of Hardin county The bids onthe Leitchfield Mercantile Co building will be oponed and contract awarded to morrow Thomas Hicks was called to Hlg Cllfty yesterday to attend the bedside of his aunt Mrs Hicks who Is dangerously ill The mineralogists have returned to New York and wo will probably not hear from them for Ave or six weeks when it is expected that it will be decid- Â¬ ed whether they will locate here I- Woods Informs us that he Is Two years ago R J Warren a drug gist at Pleasant Brook N Y bought a Bmall supply of Chamberlains Cough Ilemedy He sums up the result as fol- Â¬ lows At that time the goods were un- Â¬ known In this section to day Chamber Â¬ lains Cough Remedy is a household word It Is the same in hundreds of Where ever the good communities qualities of Chamberlains Cough Reme Â¬ dy becomo known the people will have nothing else For sale by A R Fisher Olovetport and R A Shellman Btcph- - SEARCH REQUIRES NO COOKING WHEW FIRST BOUGHT WEW v EMtfMl ensport SLATON NOW A FREE flAN MAKES COLLIRS AND CUFFS STIFF AND NICE o 111 A Disturbing Sermon Many years ago an English clorgymaa iu a small town preached as his own h sermon one that ho had bought arid whioh had beon originally proaohod in London when tho plague was raging iu that city After reproving thd vioe of tho peoplo tho sermon wont on For this vice it is that God has vis ited yon and your families with that cruel scourge tho plague whioh is nbw spreading ovorywhere in this town At his uttering these words tho peo Â¬ ple wcro all so thundorstruok that tho chiof magistrate was obligod to go to the pulpit and to ask him For Gods sake sir pardon tho in- Â¬ terruption and inform me where the plaguo is that I may instantly endeavor to prevent its further spreading Tho plague sir ropliod tho preach- Â¬ er I know nothing about the plague Whotber it is in tho town or not it is in my homily in m HOUSE PA NTS CENTRAL PAINT AND RAILWAY SUPPLY CO Co III For flnlc by PAYNE ill II Agents Cloverport Ky fc RATES Ths most centrt Hit locit4 The Orand Jury At Rockport Failed To Indict Him Courier Journal The Sure La Grippe Cure There is no use suffering from this dreadful malady if you will only get tlie right remedy You are having pain all through your body your liver Is out of order having no appetite no life or am bition have a bad cold In fact are com- Â¬ pletely used up Electric Bitters is the only remedy that will give you prompt and sure relief They act directly on your Liver Stomachjand Kidneys tone up the whole system and make you feel like a new being They are guaranteed to cure or price refunded For sale at Short Haynes drugstore only CO cents per bottle W H Slaton who was arrested here several weeks ago by Detectives Maher and Sexton and was taken to Rocxport III where it was said he was wanted on the charges of grand larceny and murder returned to Louisville yesterday morn- Â¬ ing The grand jury at Rockport failed to indict him on either charge and ho was released Slatons conflooment impaired his health and he is now iu a state of col lapse He will probably apply for ad Â¬ mission to the City Hospital to day Slaton is a member of a widely known His family of Breckonridge county father was a number of years jailer of that county and was Influential in poli- Â¬ tics At the time of Slatons arrest here he was employed as an engineer He Before says his wife has deserted him my wife was I married said Slaton engaged to a man In Mt Vernon Ind She broke the engagement and married mo From letters which I have Been I feel contident that my wifes affection for her old sweetheart was ren j and the two plotted together to have me arrested in order to get rid of me I shdTrJake no attempt to find my wife Medicine A Queer is a medicine whose proprietors There do not claim to have discovered some hitherto unknown ingredient or that it is a cure all This honest medicine only claims to cure certain diseases and that its ingredients are recognized by the most skilled physicians as being the best for Kidney and Bladder Diseases It 1b Foleys Kidney Cure A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens Haynes Patesyille E port Gordon A Witt HardiiiBburg A ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL CO AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF OF ANY OTHER STARCH Thousands of sufferers from grippe have been restored to health by One Minute Cough Cure It quickly cures coughs colds bronchitis pneumonia grippe asthma and all throat and lung diseases Short Haynes The domesticated Malay oat has n tail that is only about ono half tbo usual length and very often it is tied by na- Â¬ tnro iu a kind of knot which cannot bo straightened out Whon Leyden was boslegod by the Spanish army in 1S74 tho city covern- ruont issued credit notes on leather 1 y mi r UllDlMfltTD urxwwtW UiviiiuuiiiuLn DDAC TO KeokukJowa NewHavenConn w TOOTH ECONOMY A tooth may decay for years before it aches It costs far less both in money and discomfort to takp caro of small cavi- Â¬ 7 i l yrini un nm 1 KU mm aiwwiiiiMtiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii mimniii iiniiiiwiwi iiimj wiiwmiiiiiw This starch Is prepared on scientific principles by men who haro bad yean of practical experience In fancy laundering It restores old linen and lammor dresses to tbelr natural whiteness and Imparts a beautiful and lasting finish It Is the only starch manufactured that Is perfectly harmless containing neither arsenic alum or any other substance Injurious to linen and can bo used oven for a baby powder For sale by all wholesale and retail grocers KIDNEY DISEASES diseases ffiM ties than large ones Oome any time and have your teeth ex- Â¬ amined No charge for it We will be at Irvlngton on Wed- Â¬ nesday and Thursday after the fourth Monday of each month Hrs CleveVnbTrNew Portraits wSTsTCleveland recently hail a new sot of photographs taken the first time she baa been photographed since leaving tho White House and has given them to Mr Bok with permission to publish them in The Ladies Home Jonrnal where thuy will ho publicly seen for the first time The set also includes the first authoritative photographs published of the new Frincetou home of the Clevelands A Beacon Of Hope To thesa afflicted with Kidney or Blad der Diseases is Foleys Kidney Cure A R Fisher Cloverport Guaranteed R A Shellman Stephonsport Gordon Haynes ratesville E A Witt Har dinsburg BRECKENRIDQE COUNTY BOY RailÂ¬ Â¬ Who Has Become Prominent In road Circles Courier Journal Hon Chas Ulanford Will More Than Likely be the Republican Nomi- Â¬ nee For Congress Courier Journal I The Hon John P Haswell Jr of Breckenridge county was in the city last night on his return home from FrankHe was one of the Republican fort leaders in the last Legislature Mr Haswell said that within the next few weeks an understanding would be reached by the lions Charles Ulanford and R M Jolly both of Ilreckenridge county as to which would make the race for the Republican nomination for Con- Â¬ gress in the Fourth district It is prob- Â¬ able that Mr Ulanford who was Speak erofthe Kentucky House during two sessions will be the nominee Mr HasÂ¬ well said the Fourth district 1opullsts had decided to nominate a candidate for Congress Tho Republicans therefore bad strong hopes of carryii g the district The Populists said Mr Haswell would vote for the Republican nominee ratbor than the Democratic nominee Â¬ It is a great leap from the old fashioned doses of blue mess and nauseous physics to the pleasant little pills known as De- gtWitts Little Early Risers They cure Bess Short Ihtynes The opportunities afforded a young man to rioe in the railroad business were illustrated agalu the other day when W II Newman was made president of the Lake Shore Air Newman who now becomes one of the executive heads of tlm Vauderbilt system is a native of Metcalfe a poor and remote county of this State Without friends or influence he has made his way to a position in the railroad world which not one man in Perhaps in no other 10000 attains occupation is merit so speedily recognized and so richly rewarded as in railway work Most of the great lines have example followed the Pennsylvanias and have instituted a civil service sys Â¬ tem which provides fur advancement solely on the ground of deserving The great number of railroad presidents and high executive officers who liaye rieen from tho ranks Is a standing proot of this Have You Had the Grip 1 If you have you probably need a reli able medlclno like Foleys Honey and Tar to heal your lungs and stop the racking cough incidental to this disease Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Medi- Â¬ cine is unquestionably the best remedy for the throat and lungs Pleasant to take and is guaranteed A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens Haynes Patesville port Gordon E A Witt Hardlnsburg Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The heirs of Robert Fayne deceased LOOK OUT did not only show their love for their father and mother by placing a beautiful The fruit crop in this neighborhood monument to their memory but also will bo quite small this year placed a nice stone to the grave of their Mr Hobt Hendrick was - juest of little brother who has been dead for a Miss Katie Haynv in ounday number of years M F It Glasscock made a quick business a fl McCoy was tbo guest of Airs E French last Sunday trip to Litchfleld last week y Mr John Rollins the leading farmer Mrs A Inveen residiu rlenry St Alton 111 biiK ju with sciatic rheu of Murrels holjow is done planting matism over eight monthB She corn and still works with his big over- Â¬ uLlred for it nearly the whole or this coat on Miss Daisy Wheeler is expected home time using various remedies recommend ed by friends and was treated by physi- Â¬ to seo her sister Miss Lillie Sunday cians but received no relief She then Mr William Walls was In Meade coun- Â¬ used one and a half bottles of Chamber- Â¬ ty last week with his race horse Dex- Â¬ lains Pain Balm which effected a com- Â¬ ter plete cure This is published at her re- Â¬ Mr John Rollins says that if he could quest as she wants others similarly af- get the Spaniards over in Murrells holflicted to know what cured her Tho 25 low he could lick half a dozen of them and CO cent sizes for sale by A It Fish- Â¬ Mr Ewitt Frymiro is at the home of er Cloverport and It A Shellman his aunt Mrs John Rollins He is a Steph ensport jolly good boy apd we are glad to havo LAW OF SELF DEFENSE him in our midst Mr J T Mitchell is working on the Die English Theory of Where Protection farm as foreman with Mr Sam Am Â¬ Ends and Itevence Ileglns The right of self dofenso is by somo nions old writors declared to bo inherent in Mr E French and Mr J Haynes all men by the lnw of natnro Now plant corn through the day and fight the thoso natural rights are all very Spaniards at night woll but thoy aro not rocognized by Mr Tom Robinson fills his regular the law of Groat Britain It is tbo law that a ninti may defend himsolf his appointment in the Shiloh neighbor- Â¬ wife ohild or servant from physical ag- hood the guest of Miss Mabel Ammons gression Ho may also ropol by forco a Mrs Clayton Crosson was tho guest of forcible attack upon his proporty When you or your wifo child or servant is Mrs E Frencli The cold weather killed a good many attacked or threateued with violonco in suoh a manner as reasonably to lead tobacco plants in this vicinity on account you to bellovo that violonco is about to of neglect of canvass bo used you may rosist tho aggressor Mr Thomas Walls lost a fine cow last And as the best mode of resistance is week very oftou to attack you may lawfully follow tho advice giveu by an old prizo The BitKCKiiNiunoK Nrws arrives at got in the our office ou Wednesday at 12 p m We fighter to a pupil i e first whack are always glad to recieve it as the very But self dofenso must be moderate latest and most reliable news is always must not be totally disproportionod It given its readers to tbo nttaok For instance if a hulk ing ruilian runs at mo with a knife I may shoot him But if ho runs at mo merely with his fists clinched and I I shoot him dead with a revolver I shall probably bo banged by tho neck Not that tho law expects a mau to bo calm For Infanta and Children and oool aud collected iu all circumstances By no meaus For instance if Tlf5- Is 01 llBlll tho said burly rufllan rushes at mo with ertry clinched fists evidently meaning mis ftgutarr IPJH chief aud I hit him with a heavy stick on tho back of tho car I may kill him But I shall uot bo hanged for that I From An Old Soldier had a right to uso tbo stick aud iu tbo Knox Ind Jan 14 1807 oiroumstancos I am not to be supposed Gents I have every confidence in to bo cool enough to aim for a spot not likely to bo fatal Again solf dofonso recommending your Syrup of Per alu must not develop into revenge Thus I am 72 years of age and am broken if I am threatened with a knife and by down the trouble having been brought tho timely display of a pistol I frighten my experience in tho war Your my assailant so that be runs away I on by must not shoot after him If I do I am mediclno has done mo more good than a just as liablo as though be bad nover hundred doctors and I am just about threatened me because I shoot at him well o stomach troubler Jefferson Wilbelm not in solf defense bat by way of pun Yours truly Family Lawyer ishment or rovengo tÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Foleys Kidnoy Cure a guaranteed remedy or money refunded A R Fisher Oloverport R A Shellman j Gordon StephenBport Haynes Pates Â¬ ville E A Witt Hardlnsburg j HARDIN WlLDERrBranderfDurg ROCKPORT ANEW Blacksmith Shop At BURAS WAGON MAKERS SAW WORKS ROCKPORT IND Always Ahead Fo Fins Sav Repairing HORSESHOEING Etc I have justopened anew blacksmith shop at Buras where I am prepared to do all kinds of work in that line I am also authorized to solemnize the rights of matrimony Not One Complaint in Past Year ol Our Work The many letters of high praise of our work is evidence that we are ahead of pthers Hammering large circular saws is our specialty and saws that others have failed on If yon want satisfaction on work and prices we guarantee it Address HIV V Wjjft wShitfjfi J JAMES ATUCKER R Tnup hciilth Is Tour Itrenirth VniirliMntitnl Keep the llend nnil Throat clear and health anil vnurmlnrtnnrl hniln Mai ways ntreM and east VUHlIStANS BIENTIIOL INHALER 11 tho irrpnteftt relief to mankind In nil head troubles oa- iVKrfi hoick TAKHIf corii nivfUI xlor In Hot Kererand Â¬ That Wonderful afCatarrh dis appears br Mt it Rockport Saw Works Rockport Ind YOUR FORTUNE tiiiioit HU1 IX O I l hntflt Mt H 0 will Sok n Ik Sm4 CIS1UUI VUVU CO tlSlKKRKS A Dutschke WITH Son CO Atlim hrnUT OMY ra rt tr OVSIIMANS Imr II VX Bf nM BUCKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE INCOKPORATIDJ Tetter Sair Rheuni and Eczema The intense itching and smorting inci Â¬ dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamuerlalns Eye and Many very bad cases 3kin Ointment have been permanently cured by it It 13 equally efficient for itching piles and a favorlto remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box just what a horso needs when in bad Dr Catlys Condition Towilers nre Tonic blood purifier and condition vermifuge Thev are not food but medicine and the best in uso to put a Price S3 horso in primo condition cents per package 313310 Chapel Street not Mala and Market and 210 220 Tenth Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Special Attention Four Months Storngo 1reo Given to Private Sales Independent Warehouse Mark your hogsheads BUCKNR TOBACCO WARIIOUSE H O BRUNER SON Mueeo CoMiion Merchant Telephone 9 r CASTOR A BANK or B F BKARD Prsildcnt WILL- - MILLER ViM Prsildsnt Theoldost and best produce house in Louisville Prompt to remit and return empties Weolicit the shipments of all country Merchants 327 Second Street LOUISVILLE KY d i iri wi Â¬ Z HAEDDTSBUEG UIIIADIl UflTTI ffflllHIlU fill I LL W S MILLER rewffi--e- s TfTrr tii WSv Jr Mgr II BEARD GuMer OW Rates200 and 250 Best House in Louisville BKARD 1 MORRIS ESKRIDOI r J R M JOLLY IMTEnt RT PAID I1M - -- Dlrsotor mii tttt 9iHr Mmnw9vWBmm TIME DEPOSITS wiuifS Â¬ Greatful Parents Big Hill Â¬ RN Miller For Attorney Oeneral Courier Journal HARNED Felix Meyer of Buras was In town Wednesday Eli Pile returned from Louisville Mon- Â¬ day where he has been for a number of days looking for a location as breakman Miss Ollle Payne of Uewloyville on her return from the Falls of Rough where she has been visiting for some weeks stopped and spent a few days with Mrs I B Payne On last Monday evening as Misses Nannte and Katie Board were on route to Hardlnsburg their horse became frightened and ran away with the bugy They were both btdly bruised and Miss Nannie had her right arm broken Wm French the mail carrier from Harued to Constantlne seems to be a very polite and genial young gentleman He has objects in his courtesy Rev Jaa Dugglns of Leitchfield for- Â¬ merly o Harned was here among his frlejida last week He report that he Is much dissatisfied over his move aud la now trying to exchange there for prop- Â¬ erty in Harned Wm 8 Payne has recently bought a lot 1b the central part of Harned aud will at once proceed to build a new ex teaalye and eoraraodloas blackaailth shop with a wood shop ia eonneeUon N Miller of Breckentlde county Is said to be a candidate for the Repub Â¬ It lican nominatiou for Attorney General of Kentucky Mr Miller is a fine lawyer and a good politician and is very popular with his party Â¬ Americans are the most Inventive peo on earth To them have been issued nearly 600000 patents or more than one third of all the patients issued in the world No dincorery of modern yearn has been of greater benefit to mankind than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy or has done more to JW relieve pain anil suffering Vaughn of Oakton Ky says I have wed Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy in my family for sev Â¬ en years and find it to be the best Medicine I ever used for cramps in the siocaach and bowels For sale by A R FJeher Cloverport and It A Shellman gtepheaeport MhM Pattle AftdersoH to Marry leM Pattle Branaford Anderson will btjjjiarried to Mr MacFarland William- eTXoiitfloaiery Alabama at her bowe fai Oweiiboro oa Tusiky evecd g at 9 oclock May 3 IavltetloM have twos Mtnived by Iter frtowk Wa wfee la Ky April 15 1808 The seventeen months old child of Mr and Mrs G W Turkey of this place was afflicted with scrofula trouble when three months old and there were swellings in his head and discharges from his ears The parents became discouraged about a cure until they began giving the child Hoods fiarsaparllla He began to im- Â¬ prove alter the first dose and Is now sound and well A lUlncUnt Complaint The Deuver Times tolls of a school- Â¬ boy iu that city who has writtou n lot tor to tbo school board which shows that tho averago American youth can see a point boforo ho sits down on it Mr DIrootor My sistor He says who is the schoolteacher whips me every day Pa aud ma told her to whip me of tenor than she did the otbors so tHfcR they wouldnt think sbo was partial I Dunkirk NY write to let you know this is too thin R She Is an old maid and gets mad be Â¬ Oae or the west Genial gacceaaAtl Commercial get married and when Â¬ came she cant ever she gets to feeling that way sbo men en the read larrups me I hate to say suoh things bout my sister but its so writes Dr Fenners I was stricken dewa with acute inflammation of kidneys bad Boothlug Suggestion been suffering for eorae time and waa Johnny had boeu playing around the la a critical condition I secured a bot Â¬ plauo and had had a fall your Kidney and Backache Cure What are you bawling about ask Â¬ tle of experienced relief After using and soon It was tho ed Wllllo contemptuously Chicago two bottles I was entirely cured soft pedal your head hit Tribune CHARLES O MARTIN or tflfty Cwu Prescription Pharmacist Ouarsntoed tobacco habit cure meltee weak deor siboye 1ayos Cos Clovsrjwt AUdrtMWl BSHSttosWMapun Stricken trlpt Do jroa suffer from Are you irolntr to take Severe Headaches Nervousness Heaslek Wlir not jirerr t It ail uuortiihiinillaiil MllMTJIOI INIIA1 br nilng tlUttltMANM XiH llclp that headache cum that nervouf ocas ad seaalckneM by the ue of this Inhaler the sreateil Wonderfnl r stimulant and pruventaUre known jiff In liar Fever and Attblua UTHUY JU8II HANS INllAlit It and you will always hi It II JK KI DntfLU frlu frs iu lkl oil SO walk tmt he Km tan wo CVbiuis uukuui iiaiaasos 1 DO YOU TRAVEL YOU SHOULD EMPLOY None but tbt County Surveyor to do your work He is the authorised Surveyor ol the County Is sn esperlenced workman and knows his business He is also Notary Public writes Deeds and takes Acknowledgement Charges always Heasonahle Address Down CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDINS8UR0KY GREGORY WharfiiJleri CO M k Steanboit Agents KENTUCKY V BEST TRAINS Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Goisf Utah Washington Otniln CieVJErrfOHT Locel A rents HuKtud Fwllllzer Coipiny u Oil tiRdird Dealers la Doom Baah Dlinda Yellow Ccupiiy J HHunsclie The TAILOR it T Pirn floor MRHtfu St Paul Nibnski VIA lug and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingles Bait Lime Geaeat Lathe Plaster FlaeteriBg Hair Plow Hasdlea Will be in Clover- Â¬ port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every morjth with Casper May Mrwfhoir Black Hills BrlekaBte EeUaatM Fw aUhe fir luiMIife Ml St Louis or Chicago VESTMHMEO kwfWlH Material Co IND Be OANNKLTON TRAINS OVVVr8 SLEEPERS DIMM CAM AOHTTlHMfe T LOOM UOU hpum aed Wbttar cared at Imhm wtNr KM ovicalo Jtookot UflaUnsuttFK I CMHt OARS VHM J Nt T M HUGO THAVPAM HOWARD ELLIOTT 0HL MOA I W WAJUUY Qrf Drt CALDWELLS Ma LrMH fTST M CMcareta Candy Cathartic the oet wm eriul HAdkttl discovery ot the age piea ant and rfttrttablntr to we taste act gently aad positively on kidneys liver end bowel eteantlBtT the entire system crispel eel4 eure heart siohe ever habitual crmHlpattse and UHoummm Pteaaa bey aad try a bee BO cent ol 0 0 to dayj jo tfoMaad Kuaraateed to our by all dreggtsi r a THR BRHQKBNRIDQR fe-- gpfV fy NKLWB OJUOYRRFORT KY Save Your Money 4 Thmt Wilt Dr JC Aycrs Pills will prevent arid cure biliousness For year I hayo thoroughly tented Arul Pills both aa a preventive and cure for biliousness They are the bett medicine for the purpose and do all that la claimed for them J K KOLU Shark Ark ThmPill ClMrO Breckenridge mmm Biliaumnomm News 27 lcU8 WlWUH AT ARR1L cr a Local Brevities Everything to please Sulzers Straw In bales or carpets Sulzers White wash bruBhen cheap Sulzers Freshest and fairest of spring bargains Sulzers M II McCracken was a Louisville visitor Friday Tho best woman In the world is the one we love Mr and Mrs Lewis Miller were shop- Â¬ pers to the city Monday Tho Katie mado its usual monthly arrival yesterday evening Miss Addie Louise Babbage has re- Â¬ turned from Brandenburg Gus Brown will arrive to day to trans- Â¬ act some important businiss Be patriotic ordor some American flags for decoration Sulzars Ed Hambletown a leading citizen of Sorghotown was in town Fri Jay Misses Ethel Oalza and Judith Miller went to Louisville Monday shopping Shoes to feel good in shoes for comfortthats the kind we sell Sulzers Umplirey Marshal and Frank Bate of ilawesvllle were in tVe city Monday Dr S J Harris of Philpot was in the city visiting his many friends Saturday It takes Bpermlt from the City Council to erect any sort of a house in Leitch Â¬ field Before you go out bargain hunting come iu and post upon now ideas Sul Â¬ got our prices on car pete and mattings its money to you Sulzers Greenville Ky suffered a conflagra- Â¬ tion Sunday morning entailing a loss of 20000 zers Dont forget to w i Jeff D Ilambleton and daughter Marion were among the visitors to the city Sunday Father Brey of the St Rose Catholic church held snrvlces Tuesday morning at Victoria Hon David R Murray and Miss Eva Allen wont to Braudtnburg to attend circuit court The wholo store is a vast sea of bar gains tho advertised items are only spray Sulzers Mr and Mrs Alf Hawkins and Mr Bone Fate of Mattingly were in the city Monday shopping Mrs William Minor and daughter Miss Nellie Burks of Addison were vis Â¬ itors to this city Thursday Mrs Bettie Boultingliouna and Miss Mollie Sandage of Tobinpport were in the city Saturday shopping You need not study tho stars to know spring has dawned upon us onr entire store tells the story Sulzero H J Jarvis Hendersons prominent tobacco dealer was In the city looking after his local interests Friday White lead in 1 lb cans white enamels cherry stain oak aso paints for grates and iron works Sulzers Prof Powell one of Perry countys most cultured and best posted educators was over from Toblnsport Saturday Edward Gregory was the first to tin furl the fhg of Cuba In this city It ran now be seen in Sulzers show window Send us 15 cents in stamps and get a beautiful art port folio of our navy with diacrlptlon of every vessel Sulzars Sam Beavln of McQuady pne of the most prosperous farmurs in that section of the county was in the city Friday The life of Evanizelina Cisnerona as told by herself of her rescue from prison In Havana by Carl Decker in book form M f-J Every effort lias been made to make our selection of carpets and straw mat Â¬ tings perfect to see them is to like them Sulzers Mrs F J Ferry accompanied by At torney Hal 0 Murray went to Hardins burg Friday and was appointed guard ian for her children Roy Hoysw left ytsterday evening for Owniifihoro He is a mpmher of Com iwrny H and goes to offtr his services n1nl1 mo Ioii roiiuuiu ffiam tiaul lilltl re Albert E Adame who has siding In Oweneboro for the past year lias returned to this city and accepted his old position at the shops A beautiful portrait of the battloihip Maine in a neat framo only 60 c nts tho money for the pictures gowi to the Maine monument fund 8ulzers Scott Vanco machinist at the shot was in the beat of spirits Monday evening and the occasion wm brought about from the arrival of a fine girl Mr Benedict Beavin of Haweavillp and MfM Ida Duggln- - of Oweneboro were warded yesterday in St Pauls church Edward Fitzgerald performing tbe ceremony Mr Beavia wm a foraaei eltlMR of this city Charles M MoorftK of Lonieville wfaaltt the city Saturday and Sumky raiting hoet of fcleada Ofaarke U a Member of the LotilerUle Legion bat MttrithetMidiBg tbk faet bie farewell good bye ym Mt a Â¬ Â¬ hn Miss Judith Miller 8oaps soaps Gregroy A Gibson New goods new goods Miss Judith Miller The purest of grooerlea are obtained from Gregory Gibson Now if you aro the Feast bit cake hun Â¬ It is Afflicting People all Over gry go to the City Bakery 20 different kinds to putt your latp This District Hav yon pver npcd any of Lee Sing tea rxrelleiit goods and only 6 conta peravld R Hurray Raising a Regiment uregnry uinnon pacKRgo of Fighting Kcntucklan4 Mr Jainen B Pac Jr who Is making his headquarters In Louisville for the REMEMBER CRITTENDEN I THE CRY present win In the city yesterday David McFarland rolored bos onened a barber hop In Stephensport He Is The war fevor has seized hold on Clov- an old time darkny and a splendid I erport and many of our people aro afflict- Tl barber It reached an accute stago Saturday Tho City Bakery ranks as one of the beet confectioneries In thl section when Hon David It Murray received Tliore you get the purest and freshest semi official notice from Gov Bradley to start the work of recruiting a regiment articles Invariably it Is the cane when wash of volunteers to be ready to answer the day comes you find that eoap is needed second call for troops Mr Murray at ouce began the work of then the only thing to do is to go direct organization and as he is tho young to Gregory Gibson est half brother of Will Crittenden the The season for spring millinery has of just begun and my stock is more com- Â¬ hero the Loptz Invasion of Cuba who was executed by the Spaniards In 61 plete than ever since I entered business he selected as tho battle cry of his regiMiss Judith Miller ment Remember Crittenden A letter came to this city Tuesday This inspiring slogan has caused hun- Â¬ evening to John Gregory from John D dreds of patriotic Kentuckians to respond Ryan who is In Henderson stating that to his call and he has rtcelved a perfect he bad enlisted in the army and that his avalauche of telegrams and letters from company had left for Lexington where men in ail parts of the Btatu who offer to they wonld be stationed enlist under him One patriotic woman a society leader If Allan Oldstyle of Glendeane will send in his right name to this office his of New Castle Ky offers the services of communication will appear In print His her only boh Three telegraph operators name is not requested for publication stationed at various places are ready to but as a guarantee of good faith In all abandon the key and respond to a call future articles to the paper he should for duty One old soldier who is past write only on one sldn of his manuscript the age begs that he be taken in and This week great bargains are offered says that he is hell bent to go to Cuba to you in the way- - of fashionable hata under a brother of Eli Murray as lie and new ribbons Having returned from served with the latter in the late war the market with an entire new stock He states that he does not draw n pen- Â¬ which was purchased at a reduction I sion and has no disabilities to stand in can save you money This time will not the way A prominent Louisville sur- Â¬ last long Come before the assortment geon has asked for a post in the regiment and several lawyers announce that they is broken Miss Judith Miller will abandon their practice in order that they might enlist BOB FISHER A prominent officer in the United States regular army has telegraphed for Gets Him a Man David Kelser Sentenced a Lieutenant Colonelcy in the regiment to Two Years In the Pen In Meade Hardin Breckenridge Ohio and Daviess counties companies aro beThere was a shooting affray in Owens ing made up to join the command and a boro Monday Bob Fisher deliberative host of offerB have been sent in by men ly took the life of Dan Wilkerson both who are anxious to raise companies in colored Fisher is a native of this county various parta of the Slate to join the reg- Â¬ iment John P McAdams a prominent young David Keiser who was before the Cir- Â¬ cuit Court in OwonBboro on the charge lawyer of Ilawesvllle has been authorof house breaking has been sentenced ized to raise a company in Hancock two years imprisonment The Owens county to join the regiment He has is- Â¬ boro Messengor of Tuesday gives this sued a call to that effect and has already description of him He is a white man enlisted a number of good men He de- Â¬ aud a carpenter by trade He is a tough sires to hear from all who wish to tender citizen and has been in jail a time or their services to whip Spain two prior to this present trouble though S T Payne is raising a company at on offenses not so crave as housebreak- Â¬ Elizbethtown D W Lewis at Bran- Â¬ ing denburg and W O Montague at Owens boro All rcpoit that their companies Awarded Damages are filling rapidly J 11 Pearson ex city englneor of Here in Breckenridge county enthusi Â¬ Louisville was awarded 1000 damages asm Ib manifest and fn almost every yesterday in his suit against Lum Simons town and at nearly every country store and J II West whom it is alleged Old Glory with the flag of Cuba can inspired an alleged slanderous article be seen floating to the breeze There is tliHt appeared in the Sunday Critiu that splendid fighting material iu this section charged Pearson with favoring the of Kentucky and Dave Murrays regi- Â¬ Breckenridge Asphalt Company ment is gutting the cream of it Several Cloverport citizens have enGood Woman Near to Death rolled their names upon the regimental It is with great regret the News roster and the outlook Is for a full comchronicles the serious illness of Mrs J pany to be raised here G Benham of near Weldon Ten days At Hardlnsburg Sheriff V B Burton Hgo she was stricken with paralysis and who was one of the first to volunteer to she is not expected to live Mrs Benham fight Spain has succeeded in laialnu a possesses a lovable character She was full company with a complement of 103 kind in her disposition and always had a men All that remains Is to muster in good word to say about those whom she and equip his men so that they may bo knew Her frionJs aro legion and all drilled and he made ready for the scrap sincerely regret her illness when it begins Over at Glendeane tho men who stay Congenial Evening out late at night to get the war news The home of Mr and Mrs A B Skill over the telephone wires tell their wives mhn was a scene of pleasantry on last that they are going to join the army and Wednesday afternoon when there this effectually stops the wifo from acseembled six charming graceful and scolding and insures kind treatment from pretty young ladles who were Misses the gentler sex Allieno Murray Eva Young Nellie Burks Margurite and Bettie Bowmer Big Contract They were the guests of their daughter A St Louis lumber concern has re- Â¬ MissEllzibeth Skilltnan who is one of ceived a contract to furnish 5000000 this cityd most elegnnt entertainers feet of hardwood lumber for an Eastern furniture manufacturing company The Hardlnsburg Putting in an Exchange order is being filled by eight saw mills in Since the establishing of telephones this county and it ia one of the largest throughout tho county our County Seat contracts that has betn given to North Â¬ is getting to be quite enterprising They western Kentucky mills are now putting in an exchange and di- Â¬ firs Ryan Dead rect communlcitlon can be had with m st all of the residences Mrs Oyntha Jane Ityan who was suddenly taken ill Sunday died last Monday evening 8 9 Her death resulted from an attack of apoplexy She was in her COth year Mrs Ryan had many warm friends and she possessed those loveable traits of charac ter that it takes to make a kind hearted gentle and devoted Christian mother There are three great reme- Â¬ There survive her a daughter and five dies that every person with sons and one sitter Mrs Thos J Ryan weak lungs or with consump- Â¬ Her remains were taken to Toblnsport tion itselfshould understand Ind Tuesday where the interment took These remedies will cure place in the Toblnsport cenietry about every case in its first Boys caps WAR FEVER EPIDEMIC One box of Tutts Pills will save many dollars in doctors bills Death of William Vest a Great They willsurcly cure alldiseascs 1 Loss to the Community of the stomach liver or bowels Sketch of the Life of One of A GOOD MAN GONE Clover ports Best Citizens William Vest hint been gathered to his fathers Tho angel Azrael with gentle touch summoned him to that bourne where llfn tritnnphn over death He wa one of imlnrea noblemen qnlet one of those gentle char ncteis whose heart was pregnant with that charity that forbids the left hand to know the deeds done by tho right hand He was a man His heart and mind were endowed with the strength that completes a strong vigorous character By his death this community leels a sense of personal loss For nearly half a century he has been identified with the commercial Interests of this city and during all that time his name has beon synonymous wth all that is upright and pure He possessed a rugged honesty aud the richest heritage lie leaves his sons Is a good name nobly won TUTTS Liver PILLS A TERRIHLE TRAQEDY For sick headache dyspepsia malaria constipation and bilio- Â¬ usness a million people endorse No Reckless Assertion 11 MM and 3348533a4332 ring 4 Your Feet HI That Causes the Boys to Ask the Cat Come Back Will Let us fit them with a pair of easy fitting shoen that will not only wear well but fit woll Tho country is flooded with cheap grades of shoos Come in and tako a look at tho Douglass line See if you can find any flaw in them Turn them over look inside see if tho leather is good look at the way they are sewed Ever shoo stands on its on merits You can find no fault with them that NASfB 1 KlCE are tampta on aolea 4 M ttJ HJk 14 g Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ William Vest was born In Oldham county Ky May 3 1827 He came to Cloverport in 1853 and associated him self with John Walter Sr in the butch- Â¬ er business A year later he embarked in business with the firm of Ilambleton Dowell Vest and at tho expiration of three years formed a partnership witli Capt Polio Y Duncan This firm Vest Dimrnii existed for soinetimo and was dissolved by Mr Vest purchasing Mr Ho then continued Duncans interest in the store alone for one year when he sold an Interest to Mr F Walter the firm going under the style of Vest Walter for nint teen years when the health of Mr Walter failed and his interest passed to W G Smart The latter firm engaged in business for nine years when Mr Smart withdrew and was succeeded by the two sons of the deceas- Â¬ ed John and Eugene Mr Vest married Miss Nannie Fergu- Â¬ son in January 59 Three sons resulted from the union Thomas the eldest died in his infancy and John and Eugone who have succeeded to their lathers business survive him Other immediate survivors are his brother Capt John Vest 75 years old and his sister Mrs Riley who is living at Denver Colorado William Vest had been ailing for some years btiore his death but by reason of his life of probity and his splendid vitality he had been able to keep the spark of life burning Death which re- Â¬ sulted from inflamation of the kidneys came to him painlessly and bo suddenly that it was a shock to the whole com- Â¬ munity The funeral services which took place Thursday afterncou at the Methodist The church were largely attended auditorium of the temple of worship was crowded with mourners who listened with heartfelt sympathy lo tho words of comfort that were uttered by Rev Joiner After the services at tho church a large concourse of people assembled in the cemetery aud saw all that was mortal of William Vest consigned to the bosom of Mother Earth Tne pallbearers were W II Bowmer A B Skillman W G Smart II A Oelze J II Moorman and D II Ham nleton Tho floral tributes were numerous and boautiful One of the most eloquent tributes that can bo paid the memory of William Vest is that he was as true as steel to his friends and loyal to every obligation that devolved upon him His word could be depended upon and it had a more intrinsic value than a written instrument He would go to any end to serve those whom he loved He was a cotservatlve man and all his actions were dictated by wisdom He was indeed a loyal and patriotic cltiz n and his resilience in Cloverport has had much to do with the promotion of the best interests of the community William Vest was a member of the Methodist church aud was an ideal Christian gentleman his pplendld faith being reinforced by good works Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ John Lllllard is one of the mildest mannered men that ever killed a dog or scared a cat to death Every body knows him to be one of the most genial and best hearted of men and his reputa- Â¬ tion for kindness cannot be excelled by another man in the county On Satur Â¬ day ho was compelled to kill an evil dls positioned d g aud everybody that witnessed the causes that led up to the tragedy say he was jmtlfidd in perpre tatlug tho deed All would be well lion ever if there had not been an inno- Â¬ cent victfm of tho slaughter Hut there was and it was none other than H L Staders famous fellno bsauty Tho cat became excited at the shooting grew hysterical finely decided to give up all nine of Its lives rather than again face the turmoils and violent surprises of ex- Â¬ istence Â¬ IT 11 lil Now II h Stader wonders if like the feline in the song his cat will come back Hut his friends say no It had too much rabbit iu it If you want a good shoe and one that will wear long and well you get the Douglass Shoe Ul Talk Parties and Concerts Are the Uses of tho Phone This is an era when most all of the women in the county havo an opportuni- Â¬ ty to chat with their friends and neigh Â¬ bors Most every house in the county ElfeSk Is in telephonic connection and talk parties are the order of the hour Tnere are many interesting and laughable con versations engaged In between parties all over this section It is closely esti Â¬ mated that there are something near 300 or 400 boxes throughout the county and tho out look for more being put in is bright One of tho bt st features of the phone is that it enables those who reside iu re- Â¬ mote places to give the public an idea of their excellent musical talent Almost every evening beautiful solos and deft touches on the organ piano guitar yio lin and numerous other instruments can be heard It clearly demonstrates that the talent for music has been kept hid den in the country and should ever an opportunity be available for thosj who have preformed so prettily to give a con- Â¬ cert it is probable that tSousa of great renown will not be a circumstance Another feature they are iu touch with all of tho happenings in the world aud by 8 oclock every man woman and child will have heard the latest news They can then retire to spend a peace- Â¬ ful and restful night Â¬ Â¬ Sulzers fpi 83 Spring Merchandise Beautiful Artistic Worthful Just a hurried stroll through the store and a cursory survey of tho displays will bring to light many interests marvelously tempting Tho trade ppirit pervades tho aisles Trophies that nro peculiarly desirablo abound Evtry avail Â¬ able shelf and counter space is enriched with Tho wholo store is lovely as a flower Novel and brilliant these warm April days bargains creations of personal and domestic adornment and utility fairly charm the economic soul and aesthetic taste of the frugal and practical ceptionally beautiful black and wash goods Ex- Â¬ SPANISH DONS Will Fall Before the Rlffe of a Clover- Â¬ port Boy William Farber of the Twentieth infantry United States army is a Cloverport boy who will have the pleasure of pick- Â¬ ing off Spaniards as a sharp shooter when the army of occupation invades Cuba On leaving Fort Leyenworth Kau April 20th he wrote his mother in this city that his troops have been called upon to go to Mobile Alabama Tho command to which he is attached is 700 strong and among the beat troops in the regular army Mr Farber is in the best of health and spirits and says In his let- Â¬ ter that he can handle a rifle as skillful- Â¬ ly ns any of the old timers Â¬ line in French Organdies Specials in Womens Shoes MEYER METER BUR AS KY GXSSXxXSs Advice to Ryan Blrk Mr Michael Ryan and Misa Mary Cloverport girls have a power of attrac- Â¬ Blrk wore married Monday atll oclock tion equal to the concentrated magnetic in the St Rose Catholic church Father Mr Tat Uyan and Misa Bray officiating The following resolutions were adopt Â¬ iorce of 1000000 horse shoe magnets direc- Â¬ Nora Birk were tho attendants One glance from their eyes in the ed by the M E Sunday school Wikahkas It hai plcaud Almighty God In tion of Hawesville serves to bring Ed Hit 1iovideace lo remove from our mldtl 001 ward Kolley and Will Overby from that brother and SuiuUjr Khcol pupil Wm Vest in hit sleepy hollow where all is lethargy and ytar 7i WiiEKKAi Wm Vet wat a member of our Sun sings its mournful dat Khool always prompt chterlul and kind ever the reidy touVehl pUceln tneclatt therefore be it song all the day long Messrs Kelly Hisolvid That while the Sabbath school hai lost la him one of Its most devoted members aud and Will Overby aro to be complimented we as a babbjth school will cherish a fond recollec the the To the They deserve to following Public In oflering do notservice of say tlon of hit virtuit and bow In tubmlttlon to the will on their good taste breeding stock we hetlttte to of the Great Head of the Sunday school and llvo in a livelier town one like Clover- Â¬ that we believe it to be at aood at can ba found In chuich the tttte Mot only well bread on the tide of their that we sincerely sympathize with the family and port for instance tlret but equallv as well through their dams a ray that they may rccoifiiiie a loving fathers very Important thing In a breeder E an J In thitbeteateinent that ac y fifth s resolution be spread upon BOURBON DENMARK the chutchbook a ropy be tcitn to the family They Are Attractive whip-poor-wi- ll THINK OF IT DRURYS Breeding Stock A- I BREAD TICKETS FOR Consumptives Â¬ and that they also be publihed in the llaicaiN HlDca News J A Harkv I Committee J Dv Elvika IIabback RESOLUTIONS IWANTS Gendeane IASSKD II Y HIS SUNDAY SCHOOL CLACH Â¬ soars t stages and many of those more advanced It is only the most advanced that are Even these are hopeless wonderfully relieved and life itself greatly prolonged What are these remedies Fresh air proper food and CARD OV THANKS The children of the deceased Mrs O J Ryan wish to extend through the Nkws to the cltlzena of Cloverpoit their many thanks for the kind deeds shown First Regiment nf Wnl Vll Ma It BVhKW n vmn Ttiot Inlhfl w W Sunday achuolclat hat lost a worthy member and brother the town a loyal and hnnorabk ciliien his wile an anectiomt husband and his font a Liud and loving f ither vh te los will be felt by all KasoLVU That we attend to the bcieavcd fainiiv ourheartlelt eyinpa hy for the gnat love which thy hae sustain d rlasOLViD That a copy nf thi te rettlntinns be furnished the family of Ihu dectas d and also be printed In the UaacKixKioca Kawa 1 II A Dtxia I W II Howmm Committee A llAHar J I fjjro Wiikriai It has pleated the allwiteand bene Got tre giver of all good gifts and Llessings to call our beloved brother and member from hit labors on lanhto hit reward In heaven be it therr ficent SALE Cheap five tows and rigs and tlx Thoroughbied Poland Chin pedi Â¬ thoats greed and subject to registry Herbert Heard Hardlnsburg for land notes or live IOIlSAIUor exihtnge In the tewn of Clover and lot pu t Ky situsted on the river near Gregory Cot warenoute Said property it in good rrpair Kor Hither particultrt address Vic llobettson WSW JivVWVrJ llh FOU proved SALE Alarm of 186 acres lying In one and a half ol Hardlnsburg and well Im- Â¬ Terms easy V GBabbsge Agent A TTEN1IUV rBAMbTEUS I wantievtral four horie tekmt and waiconi to haul toga Call on meat once Ilariy all tprlnirandtumincr Monroe Kirk EmMisKNi I that Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Hypo phosphites Be afraid of draughts but not of fresh air Eat nutritious food and drink plenty of milk Do not forget is the oldest the most thoroughly tested and the highest en dorsed of all remedies for weak throats weak lungs and consumption in all its tg es Â¬ SCOTT iOWWat Ca JKffBaw Tat MMHMHmMHHUMMnOW Ig tttxfwrtfjgisx lkaabMsBki sftaMP tjaVBaa tWMa MPrMMMMsl twVMMtMta Mea In as Hon David Mnrray who whs attend Â¬ J WAN IKD Detectives every county to act Ex J T IATTaaiOM Ivate under Instruction perlence unnerettary Addreu Universal Detec ing court in Brandenburg left there TwaPerCwitSavw tlva Agaacy Indianapolis Ind Tuesday evening tor Frankfort He goes The Court of OrlM wm in litwlon a 1CK All persons knowing thtuuelve In Â¬ there on Important business and it la Hardlmburg Monday aw tHspomd of NO debted to the undersigned either by note or please understood that hla regiment will be the CANARY BIRD ariuit willmutt becall and arrange same Our Tim Mttraftd oM tMwinest settled We can be found at WIow1k harinm first to be recruited tk atort of Ilcston Willi Ca W H Bowmer Jt Canary Bird la an In bred Black Warrior black Upt f IWfiM wm orlMi feinted at 4 Haas with mealy points It of tine cartlage and splendid No bwkI of ringing aayoM atp wmhi mt Mat it hM hontttttew Me drawLttf TJ1DS WANTED 4smWbU for laying- a brick action with heavy bone At a breeder of Arst elate wanting to talk ow Um r Ileum Jwt 3 pavement arotaaa um count jaa fin ba re- - mutes hit chunu ler it well known oeaaa bv the work MMtjMtaini ttsWjtWf civedSrt ma atat eaaary asoaa cu tDinrCtHdon or ait- - Terms Hqurbon Denmark S to Insure a llr MM lMlMM particular cltsa to Im ukpj eStatafe H drcM me M ItfjaeltaeawrfC for plant and atwcMoa- - eeet ratable when colt It foalei Ym latudi Uh JgNfeW Canary Wrd v to Insure live colt pajaUe wkea w a Mtt lions wi to talk to IfeoywUt M P MMMV VJtVajMJkipMtl aar ceklaloaM tk OUimJi hundred and Aft of A few ptaree from a distance kept on grata tt Ml mrafet BMkcWnM QMn l May li ceatMy in ons ba tjassawWP lUundUg ifcaoti fur patronage iwt eatrtctiarge wW iV oiOOPP Po PaBiw F ton a vtoft JMr h aeod butMkiaa ra con or In site paat wlk hose that wr sock maHta VWMJ IHKfA 1MB riflMMlrViJ MJaiBa traa a mm w whss mocm iwt tail Unlaw pf tMssj fw en HiMt asn very sraevntfatly HM For am or atdrat tae at Ask las TAAaWMV 1 - U lUmucr I No 669 N US It Was tired and foiled at Lexington Ky Thlt high styled Kentucky saddle stallion will make the season of 18U8 at my place one mile East ol Hew leyvilleon Louisville road rerflgrte llourlion No 639 was sired by Pay ette Denmark No 60 he by Ned Uaints Denmark he by race horse Dlomcde he by impo ted lledne lord First dam by Hall Stocking id dam by Her trand jth dam by Highlander Note Vou will notice from thlt renowned tires breeding that ha Is backed up by the strongest fm Met ol Denmarki on the tiree tide clear back to On hit daint tide he hat tome of thoroughbreda the belt crottet oi saddle families to be had strong both on tire and y bucked up by thoroughbieds dims side Description llourbon Denmark It a betutlfu much natural style as bay 16handthlghandat any stallion In the slate and is as fine a breeder at can be found lie breeds his colts with style and Breeds very finish solid colors and plinty of tire strongly after himself nine out of every ten going the gaits by the mothers side lie transmits his saddle qualities very reidlly because his gilts ate Able Sirmnaa all natural and not acquired He goes all the galea Rev W G Footo arrived from tatny but especially to be admired In his running eaville Monday to continue the walk JACK log 25 Cents CITY BAKERY CMi Oomfmt Haw meet at the Elm St M E church This haa beea a great meeting as thMrnoM art ol the most able ever delivered ia this city While Mr Foote hu lborU diligently and faithfully or tb wtrifera ol th community yet he Ml the later ftet a not what it might be Tbttni bait W a number ol conversion and gtmr alto unite tuemawWea with Um church Tfe BMUag wit mfanhly eoatiaiia UtNMkghcXlt Mpft fJMfc J l L- - -- - TH Breckenridge WEBSTER TT REOKHlNRIDQlS NEW8 OIvOtRRPORT KY NOT ALWAYS UNDERSTOOD THE STORY 18 COMPLETE NEVERTHELESS A fact often overlooked or not often understood is that women sudor as much from distressing kidney and bladder trouble as men The womb is situated back of and very close to the bladder and for that reason any distress disease or inconvenience manifested in the kid Â¬ neys back bladder or urinary passage Is often by mistake attributed to femalo weakness or womb trouble of some sort The error is easily rnado and may be as easily avoided by setting urino asido for twenty four hours n sediment or settling is evidence that your kidney and bladder need doctoring If you have pain or dull aching in the back pass water too frequently or scanty supply with smarting or burning these aro al Â¬ so convincing proofs of kidney trouble If you have doctored without benefit try Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kid ney remedy The mild and extraordin- Â¬ ary effect will surprise you It stands the highest for its wonderful cures If you take a medicine you should take the beBt At druggists fifty cents and one dollar You may have a sample bot- Â¬ tle aud pamphlet both sent free by mall upon receipt of three two cent stamps to cover cost of postage on the bottle Mention the Breckkkkidob News and Co send your address to Dr Kilmer NY The proprietors of this paper guarantee tho genuineness of this offer iiiRHTi SWTlSK FtLrTT CS Jim j iniilinWiiinnililWWii iibuiimi 5 ab njnsnm W f iA v News TOLD IN FEW WORDS WEDNESDAY APRIL 37 1898 ten Wheat looka well lu demonstratedalmost thousand infallible time tbst K li Dut little corn planted FPU WOMAN Clarence Penlck has a sick child PECULIAR No politics now Wo aro all Ameri- Â¬ cana WEAKNESSES Tom Morcdock finished planting corn Irregularities and derangement last week It h become the leading remedy or thU elm of troubles it exert Tliis district reports 00 children o a wonderfully healing strengthen Â¬ ing and soothing Influence npon school age this year tho menstrual organs It cores whites and falling of the womb Born to the wife of II II Hatfield on It stops flooding and rsUares sap the 10 a ten pound girl Born to the wlfo of Frank Knott on April 23 a young soldier Mrs Wm Hall and daughter Miss Lizzie are visiting at Ilarned Mr Lyddan and son shipped eighty fat hogs to Louisville recently Dave- Henry and wife of West Point visited John Lyddan last Sunday Miss Fanny Penlck of Ouster is visi Â¬ ting her brother Clarence Penlck pressed and palntal tnenatrnation The prospect for good roads In this For Cbanga of Life it is the best medicine made It is beneficial county under the new system is highly daring pregnancy and helps to bring children Into homes barren gratifying for years It invigorates stimu Â¬ lates strengthens the wbolo sysÂ¬ Miss Blanche Fitch of Oldham coun- Â¬ tem This great remedy is offered Why will to all afflicted women ty is visiting her brother J M Fitch of any woman suffer another minute Clifton Mills with certain relief within reach t Wine of Cardnl only costs 100 per The physicians of Irvington and vicin- Â¬ bottle at your drug store medi- Â¬ ity are endeyvoring to organize a rtuMng ipcioi rflrrc Tvr aivici In ea tiont addreai giving tymptomt th LadUi cal society They meet at Webster on itrtjory DfiMrtrntnt Tht Chattanooga Ht trim Co Chattanooga Ttnn the 27th Inst If you are interested W SMITH Camden 8 C Ufl Ret come Mr wile uied Wlneol Cardulst horns for tailing ol the womb and It snUrilj Bro Hesson of Brandenburg preached cured her here on the third Sunday in this month in the interest of the Lucilu Home and He will JaiiUhviIIo lust week where tliey will received a nice contribution preach here again the third Sunday in remain for several weeks May at 1130 p m Alma ami Cohman Mattlngly are spending this week in the country at A Life for 50c Mr David Mattinglys near West View Many people have been cured of Kid Â¬ Mies Carrie Owen Miss Nannie Owen ney diseases by taking a 50c bottle of Miss Mary Moorman and E L Robert- Â¬ Foleys Kidney Cure A It Fisher son spent Sunday night at W O Moor Â¬ Ooverportj It A Shellman Stephens mans Haynes Patesville E port Gordon Mr Curtis of Albion 111 left for his A Witt Hardmsburg home lost Monday after several months stay with his son our genial agent at LODIBURG Glendeane Glen and Eli Fisher proved their run Â¬ Jim Skillman is on the sick list ning powers Saturday morning in racing Gloomy weather disappointments and after the train from the tank to Glenheart aches deane They caught it Mrs Countryman nee Eskridge who One of Edgar Adkissons children is has been visiting here and in Ohio sick at this writing county for sometime left Saturday night Albert Knott made a flying visit to for her home in Arkansas Sunday Cloverport last Mrs Bob Crlder of Fordsville camo We want to enlist in thewar but are up Saturday and will remain till after deprived ol the privilege Bro Davidson fills his appointment near Itev Lewis preached to a small aud Â¬ Falls oltVough on the 3rd of next month ience at Walnut Grove lost Sunday Without telling fish stories we could Mrs Sam Payne of Stephensport was relate some wonderful occurrences in visiting her niece Mrs A M Hardin which tliu funny tribes were losers Chief of tho most successful of fishermen last Friday B Argabright says his dogwoods are Bill Burnett and Mr Louis Ashby Mr Of the farmers Corn planting in pro are in bloom so he dont think they are cress considerable number of peaches yet all killed uukilled usual tobacco crop to be set Mrs Henry Claycomb of Raymond Louis Aslibys plants will rush his force was visiting her daughter Mrs B Arga- Â¬ to have tho ground ready in timo for day last week bright one their setting Miss Nannie Keys returned home last As I am writing this a message from Sunday evening after a pleasant stay of Owensboro is wired to Lawrence Vessels two weeks with her father in Clover in these words Company II has been port ordered out Come at once Lawrence Miss Dee Basham who is attending has been out here all the spring and has school at Hardinsburg was the guest of many friends in Glendeane who dislike her grandparents last Saturday and Sun Â¬ to see him leave for the war day Glad Tidings to Asthma Sufferers Â¬ WS8M BUT Tedious Details and Bright Uterary Oetae of the Reporters Are Carefully Painted a lllne Tint to Prevent the JTaeta Being Obscured ffaturday Bread riota are reported In Porta Rico It Is denied that a Spanish cabinet crisis Is Imminent The Mangrove left Key West to d stroy cables south of Cuba Italy will contlnuo the reduction of Import duty on corn until July 16 Tho government Is fully aware of tho whereabouts of tho Marietta and Ore- Â¬ gon fight from tho jump Wo are lined up atrong on everything and will always have a complete Stock of HAMILTON BROWN OOS FAR FAMED BOOTS and SHOES which we buy for cash If you want to get the benefits of this fight call on DT LltJCLri Iwe Y will There is going to be a war right in this town and spirit of I 1 arniiM But the mighty War Declared jTl rPIAIM Has done her level best to crush the insurrection in f I ifl DC s bound to w E3 A 5 S prevail bo in the thickest of the From a Methodist Preacher 12 1897 Clay City Ind Jan Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello 111 Gentlemeu It aflords me great pleas- Â¬ ure to speak in praise of your most ex- Â¬ cellent medicine I have suffered quite BEWLEYVILLE a great deal from sick headache the re- Â¬ An all day rain Saturday and Sunday sult of sedentary habits and sluggish liv- Â¬ T J Jolly visited relatives at Sample er and bowels Your remedy corrects these troubles and my headaches are recently Phil Walker is attending school at stopped J C Boone Brandenburg Pastor M E Church The young people met to practice GLENDEANE some songs Friday night Farmerd are shearing sheep This is a It takes Julian Brown to run a success- Â¬ branch of farming that pays well ful excursion Womans Missionary Society met with Allie Weatherford made a flying trip Mrs Cal Basham Wednesday p m Mr and Mrs E L Smith are stopping home Saturday Mrs Amanda Moorman was on the with Mrs Smiths parents at present The Ep worth league are studjing sick list last week Eccleaiastes and find it very interesting Sixteen tickets were sold here for tho Mrs 7 T Stith entertained quite a excursion train Saturday number of friends to dinner Tuesday The train Saturday killed three fine 19th cattle for W It Moorman Miss Ollie Payne Is making an extend1 F Goodman of this place has en- Â¬ ed visit to her sister Mrs Char lie Gross listed with Burtons company of Falls of Rough John Deano and Louis Ashby will sow Dr Strother Big Spring frequently 15 acres of Btock pease this spring attends a case in our midst It is a case Saturday was our merchants say in which he himself receives treatment the busiest day weve had this year and he doesut seem to Improve but Miss Mary Peyton Falls of Bough rather to grow worse spent Sunday with Miss Nellie Moor Â¬ Mr and Mrs Gardiner and their little man boy Lamar of Irvington made a visit of Mrs Pearl of Big Clifty is hero visit- Â¬ several days to the family of T J Jolly Mr recently Mrs Gardiner is quite a favor- Â¬ ing at the home of her Henry Darst ite with her relativts here and we all Misses Fannie and Etta Green went to enjoyed the visit This is the time for bard steady work both Indoors and out While tin men are so industriously gettiug in the corn and other crops the womenfolks art cleaning the houses and yards and the Catarrh and Bronchial Troublo Had no Appotlto Now Bottor In thousands of other things that we have Every Way A Dollcato Child to do We have some very fine garden Â¬ Borne tlmo slnco I took a sudden cold ers in our midst and some of our womeu end could not got rid of It Being subject cant be beat raising fowls With it al to catarrh and bronchial trouble I coughed though what a delightful time to livt terribly I lost my appetite and grew Golden Ron poor and weak and I did not feel llko work I began taking Hoods Sarsapa A Narrow EicaDe xllla In a short time the cough disap Â¬ Thankful words written by Mrs Ada well had a good appotlto peared I slept Last E Hart ol Groton S D Was taken and I was better In every way spring I was not feeling well I had no ap- Â¬ with a bad cold which settled on my I resorted to lungs cough set In and finally terminat Â¬ petite and no strength Hoods Saraaparllla and soon felt more ed iu Consumption Four Doctors gave like work My little nephew was a dell me up saying I could live but a short cato child and bad a humor which trou- Â¬ time I gave myself up to my Savior bled Jtlm so he could not rest at night determined if I could not stay with my a few bottles of Hoods Sar He has taken Mparllla and now ho has a good appetlto friends on earth I would meet my ab Â¬ Miss Abdib J sent ones above My husband was ad and Is able to sleep vised to get Dr Kings New Discovery South Duxbury Mass Fkekman for consumption coughs and colds I took Sarsa- - gave it a trialme in all eight bottles has cured It and thank God I am saved and now a well and healthy woÂ¬ the Oue True Wood rurlnor All druggists IL man Trial bottles free at Short Hay Is are the best after dinner Be drug store Regular size 50o and 100 Guaranteed or price refunded S ojllo juu ah dletfou aw Â¬ son-in-la- Foleys Honey and Tar gives quick and positive relief in all coses A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman btephensport Gordon Haynes Fates ville E A Witt Hardinsburg Poor and Weak Â¬ Hoods parilla Wl J P Shacklett Jr went to Louisville Tuesday evening to be gone several days Mrs II Hardin of Holt was visiting relatives hero a few days last week Max Willstt spent Sunday at Addison David Basham left Sunday for Omaha Nebraska to spend two years S J Brown and Calin Richardson took in the excursion Saturday to Louisville Mrs Sue Osborn and Mrs Maud Monway of Guston were guests of Mr and Mrs O O Stith Saturday died Five more alleged members of the Miss Nellie Stith visited her cousin kuklux gang have been lodged In Jail Miss Anderson at Guston Saturday and at Hlndman Ky Sunday H H Gibson of Louisville the farm- Â¬ Rev Dan Shacklett went to Jolly er who sold stolen leaf tobacco claims Station Saturday to accept acall to preach he has been worked The Forora of Trajan A few years ago the forum of Trajan Robbers blew open the safe of the at that place Jos Dugan went from here to Irving- Â¬ was used ob a depositing plaoe for cats Werntz foundry at Warsaw Ind and stole 1000 In money ton Sunday eve where he is teaching which woro not wanted but as it does not present tho same facilities of retreat Hez Hughes will run for representa- Â¬ school nnd hiding as the forum of Augustus tive of the Fourth congressional dis- Â¬ T Cox and wife wore in Louisville stroot boys and otbors took overy op Â¬ trict at Versailles Ind week last portunity of stoning tho unfortunate Benjamin Beat who was confined In nnimals Finally tho authorities after the county Jail at Portland Ind for Thirty five years mako a generation many complaints refused to allow any shooting two men escaped That is how long Adolph Fisher of Zan moro cats tu be thrown there and in or Â¬ Dr Dalcom of Monroe Mich Is hot der to get rid of thoso alreudy living in on the trail after the abductors of his esvllle O suffered from piles He was the forum presented one to eaob sentry cured by using three boxes of DaWitts little daughter Gladys box on the walls of tho city Tbey all Motorman R J Brooks while box Â¬ Witch Hazel Salve Short Haynes howovor speodily disappeared from ing with Conductor Martin Flaherty at the Arthur Board Has Succumbed to The their now homes some roturning tothey Pittsburg Pa died of heart disease foot of Trnjuus oolnmn whore Photographer wero either killed by the stroot boys or Wednesday transferred to the forum of Augustus Spurgeons tabernacle in London was while others it was whispered wero burned LouUvllIe Critic sold by the sentries for a few centimes Fifty thousand young Catholics In Mr Arthur Board whose beauty has to ontorprisiug young medical students New York are ready to fight Spain passed into a proverb in the many in soarch of subjects for dissection Tho Pittsburg aluminum plant Is villages he has invaded dining his career Romo Letter kept busy turning out government or- Â¬ as a commercial evaugeliot has yielded ders to the demands of his friends the photoYoung and Verdant John Matthews nnd James Ross were graphers lie has had pictures tnkuu at A man married rocontly a young wlfo killed during a pitched battle In Chat- Â¬ Klaubers Johnsons Wy brants and who takes ovorything quito literally They will bo l lrods In various poses tanooga between miners placed in the windows of these establish- Â¬ He camo home and said he would tako Noah Hall who killed Doc Mulllns ments on Monday and whichever group her to tho theater and presently he nt Pound Va and Is confined In the receives the most notice from the ladies found her stuffing all sorts of eatables What aro same cell where his uncle spent his last will be selected by a well known cigar into a couple of black bags manufacturer who is going to put a new you doing he nskod and she replied days Is a raving maniac brand on the market meekly Packing provisions becauso I Walter Scarce who landed In tho on with Mr Hoards classic Klondike some weeks ago with 250 every box Ladies who countenance get havo just read in the paper that six smoke can writes his mother at Harrodsburg Ky copies of the photograph by addressing weeks will elapse between tho first and Rival that he has struck it rich Mr Board at Swann Abram Cos and second acts If the rufflans are caught who crimi- Â¬ enclosing stamps for reply SAVE YOUR LIFE nally assaulted aged Mrs Boggs and her daughter at Welch W Va a lynching will ensue Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and Alexander Galllmore tho slayer of Constable Delaney at Harrlraan Tenn Bladder was sentenced to the penitentiary for 10 years on his second trial Disorder of these important organs Tuesday causes Brlghts disease rheumatism pain Spanish torpedo boats have arrived at in the back dropsy and other troubles Ponce Porto Rico Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your Nicaragua has sent an ultimatum to kidneys and bladder before you reallz Costa Rica and war Is expected The Bank of British North America It is truo wisdom for every Â¬ that anything serious is the matter has 875000 In gold engaged for Im- Â¬ body to tako a thorough course of Often these organs pre neglected until port Brlghts SwiftB Specific just nt this season that awful malady and deathdisease has fastened upon you nwalta Its Two Italian laborers were killed by of tho year The blood is sluggish victim Many miraculous cures have the falling of a derrick at Schenectady and impoverished nud tho system been wrought by a course of treatment NY The civil service law of Illinois has is full of impurities which should with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These been sustained by the United States su- Â¬ bo eliminated In addition to tablets are put up in the shape of a kid Â¬ preme court ney bean and thoroughly cleansing tho blood nounced by the formula has been proThirty two boats started down the the best physicians of mod- Â¬ river from Pittsburg with 3567000 and toning up tho system so as to ern times to be the most direct in action bushels of coal avoid loss of appetite and a gen Â¬ on the kidneys of any remedy known to The Chicago Federation of Labor eral run down feoliug in tho medical science You can eat these tab- Â¬ adopted resolutions favoring the boy- Â¬ lets as you would candy Bend for free cotting of goods from a country which spriug S S S so strengthens and booklet on kidnoy diseases Sold by all interferes with the United States In the builds up as to fortify against the druggists or Bent on receipt of price present crisis many forms of dangorous illness 50 cents and 1 Monday that abound during tho hot sum- Â¬ Da N O Davis John Meyers Is In Jail in Louisville mer seasou It is a vory small Frankfort Ind for burning John Watsons barn The treasurer of the Tennessee Cen- Â¬ matter to tako this precaution but Thi y III mi onilftl tennial company is said to be 1600 it insures health and strongtli all Hongkong April 25 Five United short summer Swifts Speoiilo States warships accompanied by two David B Lewis of Newark O was storeshlps left here under sealed orders Indicted for practicing medicine with- Â¬ Two or Tlivm Coins la out authority tSTffW sve New York April 25 The St Louis A broken rail ditched a passenger train near St Louis and several pas Â¬ is far ahead of all other remedies and New York arrived here safely It sengers were Injured for this purpose It is a real Is believed the Paris Is safe Robert Parker and James Cummlngs blood fomedy which promptly Will Itesort to frUatnerlntr fought a duel In Chattanooga and Cum- Â¬ purifies tho blood uud thoroughly Madrid April 25 Spain has gazetted mlngs was fatally shot renovates tho eutiro system tones a decree declaring her Intention to en Â¬ The czar presented the Prince of and streugthous tho stomach and gage In privateering Montenegro with an Easter gift of 80 reuows tho appotito It is tho 000 repeating rises and 26000000 car Buoklens Arnica Salve only safo tonic being puroly vogo tridges The Best Salve in the world for Outs nenjamln Huffman 60 a farmer liv Â¬ tablo and tho only blood romedy Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe ing near Plurn Run W Va fell from guaranteed to contain no arsouio ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil the top of a wagon load of hay and sulphur mercury potash or other blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions broke his neck dying Instantly mineral substance which is of so and postlvely cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ much importauco to all who know quired It is guaranteed to give perfect When you are Buffering from Catarrh satisfaction or money refunded Price or Cold in the head you want relief right the injurious effects of theso drugs Fob sale by Short away Only 10 cents is required to test Naturo should bo assisted by na Â¬ 25 cents per box Haynes SSS it Ask your druggist for the trial size tures remedy Tako of Elys Cream Balm or buy the 60c 8 S S and bo well all summer riowr Works Ilurneil size We mail it South Bend Ind April 23 The BIs ELY BROS 60 Warren St N Y City sel plow works and the Indurated Fiber I was filiated with catarrh last autunm bucket works were destroyed by flro During the month of October I could The fire was caused by a hot box and neither tasta nor sraoll and could hear the loss Is 120000 butlittln Elys Cream Ilulm curnl it Chlldruu itke ii U saves their lives Marcus Geo Shautz Railway N J we mean One Minute Cough Cure the infallible remedy for coughs colds croup CALDWELLS bronchitis grippe and all throaUand luag trouUM Sbort 6 Hayws CURES CONSTIPATIONil Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Â¬ Â¬ It was not the American cruiser To peka which collided with the British bark Albatross Dr Cornelius N Hoagland a well known philanthropist died at his horns In Brooklyn aged 76 Colonel Sir Vivian Derlng Majendle C B her majestys chief Inspector of explosives Blnce 1871 is dead In Lon- Â¬ don Friday General Woodford Is in Paris Captain Sampson has been appointed as rear admiral Three women were elected members of tho school board at Ravenna The two best fighting ships under Sampson remained at Key West It Is rumored that Secretary Sher- Â¬ man will retire from the cabinet Frank Tretter of Sandusky O sui- Â¬ cided by blowing himself up with dy- Â¬ namite Spanish politicians accuse the Sagoa ta cabinet of making no preparation for war Oeneral lirooks has named the ren- Â¬ dezvous at Chlckamauga as Camp George H Thomas Thursday Frank Showers an Innocent bystand er who was shot at Owensboro Ky U GEO YEAKEL BRANDENBURG KENTUCKY Co EGGS FOR SALE s EKRON Tho Most Favorable Season To cure catarrh is in the spring Dur-Â¬ ing the winter the patient is likely to take fresh cold and havo a set back But if treatment is beguu in tho spring and continued into summer nothing need be feared for the succeeding winter Of course it all depends on tho medicine There are a great many catarrh medi- Â¬ cines which relieve the most disagreeble symptoms temporarily cures more slowly but also more permanently than this class of medicines A course during the spring will cure of catarrh more quickly than at any other Beason Mr Walter II Tucker Concord N II writes Dr Hartman as follows When I began taking your medicine four years ago I was suffering with chronic catarrh I had taken nearly two dozen bottles of so called catarrh cures cures without much relief the night sweats and dizziness it cured the cough I havo had from my cradle I can say it saved my life Dr Hartman has published in book form a series of lectures on various phas es of chronical catarrh which ho calls This book will be Winter Catarrh sent freo to any address by Tho Drug Manufacturing Company Colum- Â¬ bus Ohio Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Â¬ Martindale Poultry Yards mL w llilf flR CJa ffitftfli iSfftlaiissWssff5T yards of the following tretih Ruff 11 1 Hocks I C I tiames Light Ilrahnas 11 Ic Labgshans Dllc Minorca S S Kfrgs from any HamburKS S C II 1 eghoint of th nboe for JlJo lor i5- - Imperial Itldn duck eggs tame Imp Dronze Turkey eggs ioo per dozen I krs shipped anywheir safe All ly and none but real fresh eggs shipped My stack Is orders filled na soon as recelted s s good as money can buy Address MUS M K MAUTIN llox 38 Greenville Ky have 1 Cochins 1 M L Yocum Cameron Pa says I was a sufferer for ten years trying most all kinds of pile remedies but without success DeWitts Witch Hazel Sulve was recommended to me I used one box It has effected a permanent cure As a permanent cure for piles DeWitts MARKET REPORTS flrnln nnd Stock Quotations For April S3 Nfw York neef rnmlly fllOOffU 7B extra mess 0 OrtfflU BO Cut tnents 8 Will Til pckeil lKkliil bcllicx nlVtiflKc pickled shoul der 4f71c pickled hams 741J8c Lurd -- Wentern Hlcuni 5 80 Pork Old mess 10 2TO10 no Â¬ Witch Hazsl Salye has no equal Haynes Short Ills Joarnallntlo Creed Alfrod Harmsworth of tho London Dally Mail is quoted as confessing to this journalistic creed iu The Dookmnu I believe in hard work but hard work is not enough I believo in travel I believe that half tho journallstio notions of what tho publio wants to read nro wrong I believo the publio is a far better critic than is usually imagined I boliovo that the publio does not care oue iota about sizo if anything a small jonrnal 1b preferred to it big oue I believo that prioo lias very llttlo to do with the success of n publication I boliovo tho attractions of illustrated journalism aro enormously over Â¬ rated I believo tho vnluo of colored illus trotious is grossly exaggerated I boliovo party journalism to bo practically dead I boliovo in independence Â¬ creamHotter Western dairy 12ifi20c Cheese ery lW20c do factory 115115c Stnte large 6Mrfi8ytc small DOVic part skims ViioYjC full skims 253o les State and rvnnsylranla ll12c western fresh lie Wheat 1 13V4 Corn 38c Oats S194c Itye Hc rittslitirg- 4 80 3 10fiy IB good Cattle Choice 4 0r4 83 fair B 00 tlily butchers 4 40 20tgS0 Q4 CO bnlli stags and cows 3 00Q3 05 mediums IIoks Yorkers 4 00 grassers 3 IXXTil OB fair 3 lCKji 4 03VU 10 3 IB hear rough 3 00 Â¬ 3 00 15 3 70 4 pigs 3 Sheep Choice lambs 40J3 4 05 fair 3 05 4 COfiS 00 854 2Ci4 25 good common J4 10 3 20 Chicago 4 33ififi 40 cows and Cattle Beeves heifers 2 20ffi4 CO Texas steers 3 IMX 3 0OQ5 40 stockcra nil 4 BO western feeders 3 75ig4 C5 Hogs Yorkers J4 20MT4 23 roughs ro 3 00ii3 85 nton to good mediums and heavies fi 17 pigs 3 004 00 Shenp and In tubs Choice sheep fS 75 4 73 fair M 204 40 common 13 2TiH 3 00 cholco lambs 4 10 exports 4 B0 0 00 Â¬ Whcat Itye 50e 4 1 01 Corn 32Kc Oats 27V4c get A little boy asked for a bottle ol up in the morning as fast as you cau the druggist recognized a household name for DeWitts Little Early Risers and gave him a bottle of those famous little pills for constipation sickhendacho liver and stomach troubles Short Haynes Price For a Tilde In Tho Century thero is an nrtiolo on Tho River Trip to tho Klondlko by John Siduoy Wobb Tho author says of his trip to tho mines I And horo lot me mako a confession with others rodo a horso No ono can imagine what a sensation this created along tho oreek No ono had over in Â¬ dulged in such oxtruvaganco before Though a man should wash out 20000 in a day ho would be contont to walk But I rodo at U0 cents per pound to El Dorado and 80 cents to return or 180 pounds for 1 1110 Thoy did not how ovor pnt mo on tho scales llko a sack of gold dust Still it was oheap no cording to au Irishman coming ovor tho summit who remarked that ho had had An his goods paoked over by Indians Mow much I got it chape said lie did you pay sonio ouo iuquirod I Then how do dont know snid ho Oh uny you know it was oheap thing would bo ohapo over that place be replied A torpid liver robs you of ambition and ruins your health DeWitts Little Ear- Â¬ ly Risers cleanse the liver cures constipa- Â¬ tion and all stomach and liver troubles Short Haynes A 111b Â¬ Huflalo 4 134 70 shipping Cattle HutchcrV 5 30Q5 33 good BOi4 80 best steers heifers 3 25Q4 00 stockers and cows and feeders 3 B0J4 40 Hogs Yorkers 3 OSffM 00 roughs com 3 4043 00 mon to good mediums and Â¬ heavlo Sheep uiul f 17 pigs jfinrbs 3 4 05 good pHme 2 Ctv3 00 choice 4 80 Hheep extra 5 OOJiB 13 common lambs 5 000 00 453 B0 Cleveland lings Yorkers and light 3 80 mediums and heavies 3 00 stags and rough 2 85 23 23 3 004 60 Sheep and Lambs Sheep lambs 4 2KQ3 CO Cattle Steers 3 004 60 heifers 3 00 1 003 55 3 00 cows unci bulls Cincinnati 1 02 Corn No 2 Wheat No 2 red mixed 34c Oats No 2 mixed 20c Itye -- B8 Ianl 3 40 Hulk meats 5 CO 11 neon 0 35 Hogs Sheep 2 3 25 24 00 8524 BO Cattle 4 034 85 lloston Wool Ohio fleeces X and above 2C 27c XX 20c XX and abore 30c delaine No 1 combing 30c No 2 comb- 35I3lc lug 30c Toledo Whea- tItye 8UV4c OSVi Corn S3c 3 15 Cloverseed Oats 28c 20c llaltlmnre Butter Fancy Fresh lOftC creamery Eggs THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be Cured An Eminent New York Chemist nnd Scien- Â¬ French Guiana is said to havo tho most violent thunderstorms in the world The thnuder is almost deafening and tho peals come in quiok succession SIXTEEN YEAHj His Wife Had Been a Chronic Invalid Oared at Last Mr J T Scott Cherokoe Texas In I had writiug to Dr Hartman stated kidney disease for about fifteen years and had got so bad that I could hardly get about and could not perform any kind of labor I had tried quito a num Â¬ ber of doctors and had taken nearly a wagon load of pntint and proprietary medicines but c nitinued to gradually A to my wlfo had been an grow wore invalid for about sixteen years aud you doubtleMi it Hi mber when I wrote you about her thero was hardly ever a day that she could sit up all day We tried a great many remedies bat neither of us was ever beutfited only temporarily till aud Man we began taking your a lin as instructed in your letters to us Ithasmado a healthy man ol me I never felt better iu my life and my wife is almost like a different person she is is tho so much better The most wonderful medicine I ever saw for la grippe it is a sure cure I know this and havo had my neighbor to try Pi-ru-Pe-ru-- ss 5Rlnni Pauvu Iiiua Â¬ It sh ITTtTSiuVsIBSI IMrnXiTiS Hundreds of similar testimonials may be found In a little book entitled Facta and Faces which will be sunt free to Drug Man Â¬ any address by Tho ufacturing Company Columbus Ohio Pe-ru-- YRUP PEPSIN Bsusta ousVsXoaLXjsv m tist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers Tho distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating his discov Â¬ ery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis and all bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline and weakness loss of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ ing away will send TIIREK FREE DOT Â¬ TLES all different of his Now Discov- Â¬ eries to any afflicted reader of tho Breck ENitinaK News writing for them His New Scientific Treatment has cured thousands permanently by its timely use and he considers iba simple professional duty to suffering hutvaulty tu donate a trial of his Infallible cu bclence dally develops new wondenf and this great chemist patiently experi X mentiug for years has produced results as beneficial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius His as Â¬ sertion that lung troubles aud consump Â¬ tion are curable in any cllmatu is proven by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed in his American and European laborator ies in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ chial chest and lutig troubles lead to Cousumptlon which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M O 08 Pino street New York giving post office and express address and the free medicine will be promptly sent Suffir era should take instant advantage of his generous proposition Please tell the Doctor that von saw his oflni in the Drkckknhiikik Nkwb I L k 5 OCmUic A w Ha Pt OjLWTOniA m igMtwt cffla 1W w l fcM